Oil prices drop sharply for a second day because of inflation fears

Thursday, July 17, 2008

In an unusual turn, oil prices have dropped $10.58 over two days, a result of falling fuel demand, a rising consumer price index and signs of easing geopolitical tensions, including a historic meeting between U.S. and Iranian officials in Switzerland.
Guest: Jad Mouawad, the New York Times

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