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1. Top residential real estate transactions for August 2012 -

August 2012 residential real estate transactions for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

2. Oil hovers below $100 after US supplies soar -

Oil prices hovered below $100 a barrel Thursday, with a report showing a jump last week in U.S. crude supplies countering concerns about Iran's threat to block a key Middle East oil shipping route.

3. Oil prices fall after OPEC trims demand forecast -

SINGAPORE (AP) — Oil prices hovered above $85 a barrel Tuesday in Asia, pausing after gains of 13 percent over the past week that were fueled by hopes Europe will contain its debt crisis and avoid a global recession.

4. Oil down to near $86 ahead of US Fed meeting -

Oil prices fell to near $86 a barrel Wednesday as the dollar gained on the euro and traders looked to a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting for possible stimulus measures to spur economic growth.

By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark oil for October delivery was down 79 cents at $86.13 in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude rose $1.11 to settle at $86.92 on Tuesday.

5. Oil tumbles on fears of economic slump -

NEW YORK (AP) — Oil slipped Tuesday on fears that the U.S. and Europe are headed for a prolonged economic slump.

Benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude lost 43 cents to $86.02 per barrel in New York.

6. Oil tumbles below $80 amid US recession fears -

PARIS (AP) — Oil prices tumbled to their lowest in almost a year Tuesday in Europe amid a global sell-off of equities and commodities triggered by investor fears the U.S. will soon fall into recession.

7. Oil down over 6 pct after US credit downgrade -

Oil plunged to its lowest price of the year Monday on concerns about the slowing global economy and future demand for oil and gas.

Benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude fell $5.57, or 6.4 percent to settle at $81.31 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That is the lowest settlement price of the year for crude, but it's still higher than the $71.63 per barrel low of the past 12 months. Oil hit that on Aug. 24 of last year, when a combination of disappointing economic news and abundant supplies drove down prices.

8. Oil near $85 as outlook for crude demand dims -

SINGAPORE (AP) — Oil prices extended sharp losses, falling to near $85 a barrel Friday in Asia amid expectations a slowing global economy will weaken demand for crude.

Benchmark oil for September delivery was down $1.31 to $85.32 a barrel at late afternoon Singapore time in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude tumbled $5.30 to settle at $86.63 on Thursday.

9. Oil near $93 as weak US economy drags markets down -

Oil prices fell to near $93 a barrel Wednesday as investor pessimism about the U.S. economy dragged down global markets.

By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark oil for September delivery was down 48 cents to $93.31 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude lost $1.10 to settle at $93.79 on Tuesday.

10. Oil falls to near $94 amid European debt fears -

LONDON (AP) — Oil prices fell to near $94 a barrel on Tuesday as financial markets were hit by worries about Europe's debt crisis and the U.S. dollar strengthened, making commodities like crude more expensive for international investors.

11. Oil hovers below $99 ahead of key US jobs data -

SINGAPORE (AP) — Oil prices hovered below $99 a barrel Friday in Asia ahead of key jobs data from June that could shed light on the strength of the U.S. economy.

Benchmark oil for August delivery was down 4 cents to $98.63 a barrel at late afternoon Singapore time in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude rose $2.02 to settle at $98.67 on Thursday.

12. Oil falls below $93 on US economy pessimism -

Oil prices tumbled to below $93 a barrel on Thursday due to concerns that U.S. economic growth and crude demand will weaken this year.

By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark oil for August delivery was down $2.50 to $92.91 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract gained $1.24 to settle at $95.41 on Wednesday.

13. Dissent within OPEC erodes cartel's power -

VIENNA (AP) — OPEC's stunning admission of major dissent within its ranks has left it reeling and its status as the world's oil power-broker tarnished, perhaps beyond repair. But is a weakened cartel good or bad for consumers?

14. Oil below $101 amid mixed demand signs -

Oil prices slipped below $101 a barrel Thursday as a weaker dollar failed to fully compensate for mixed signs over U.S. crude demand heading into the summer driving season.

By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark oil for July delivery was down 61 cents to $100.71 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract added $1.73 to settle at $101.32 on Wednesday.

15. Oil falls to $96 as global demand seen lower -

Oil prices continued falling Thursday, dropping to near $96 a barrel on expectations that global oil demand growth will slow this year, particularly in the U.S.

The Paris-based International Energy Agency said world demand for oil would be less than previously expected due to persistently high prices and lower expectations of economic growth in advanced economies.

16. Oil plummets on more signs of weaker US demand -

NEW YORK (AP) — Oil tumbled nearly 7 percent Thursday amid new signs that demand for fuel in the U.S. is weakening.

A stronger dollar also contributed to the drop, analysts said. Oil is down more than 10 percent this week, joining other commodities like silver and cotton in retreat. This follows a months-long rally in commodities that was partly driven by lower U.S. interest rates and a weak dollar.

17. Oil falls below $87 -

NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices fell Thursday on a batch of disappointing economic news.

Benchmark oil for February delivery fell $1.12 to $86.21 a barrel in afternoon trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.