Gov't Permits More Foreign Fuel; Prices Dive
Oil and gasoline futures fell Friday after Washington issued a waiver allowing foreign tankers to bring fuel to the Northeast, pointing to some relief to supply disruptions in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. Brent crude sank for a fifth straight day, shrugging off early optimism from U.S. jobs data that showed employers stepped up hiring in October, and keying in on Japan's economic doldrums. Prices weakened as Washington temporarily waived
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