Oil prices start to move higher; U.S. trade deficit increases

05/15/2009 | Reed Construction Data

Oil prices are drifting higher and the U.S. trade deficit increased in March, signaling that the recession may be easing, experts say. An increase in China's industrial production, limits on production set by OPEC and the possibility of improvements in the U.S. economy are driving prices higher, they note.

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