By Grant Smith and Mark Shenk, Bloomberg |
December 26, 2012
Brent crude is poised to trade above $100 a barrel for a third consecutive year in 2013 as tension in the Middle East threatens to disrupt supply and global demand is buoyed by Chinese imports.
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