Brent falls under $105 on Libya progress

Libya effect: Signs ports like Hariga, above, will re-open sends crude prices downward

Brent crude edged down near a five-month low under $105 a barrel on Thursday as the market braced for a rise in Libyan supply after the government moved closer to a deal with rebels to reopen oil ports.


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