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New Home Sales Dip 0.3%

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Drop by 300,000 Barrels

Oil Prices Sink on Fiscal Cliff Worries

Obama Says Debt-Cutting Deal Can Be Reached Soon

Dollar Steady as Traders Await Budget Developments

BP Selling North Sea Assets for $1.058 Billion

Source: Obama Officials, Lawmakers Set for Fiscal Cliff Talks

Pfizer Completes Acquisition of NextWave Pharmaceuticals

BP's Ability to Contract With U.S. Suspended

Boeing, UTC Aerospace Partner on Air Force Project

Big Oil Sues EPA Over Biodiesel Requirements

Fed Survey: U.S. Economy Growing at Steady Pace

High Court Won't Stop Union Vote at American Airlines

Imperial Oil to Acquire Half of Celtic Exploration From Exxon

Wal-Mart, Disney Clothes Found in Bangladesh Factory Fire

3 BP Employees Arraigned on Gulf Oil Spill Charges

Gold Falls Most in a Month; Other Metals Follow

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