Oil prices fall as Saudi supply risks abate, stronger dollar


Oil prices fell on Tuesday, reversing earlier gains, on receding fears of a supply disruption in Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, after an attack on its export facilities, and on concerns a stronger U.S. dollar would crimp demand. Prices rose earlier on expectations of a recovery in the global economy after the U.

S. Senate approved a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill and on a likely drawdown in crude oil inventories in the United States, the world's biggest fuel consumer. Brent crude futures for May fell by 46 cents,.

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