Energy shares are higher in mid-day trading as crude oil futures--which lost momentum yesterday--regain their legs to move off $91 a barrel.
Crude oil for February delivery is trading up $0.39, or 0.43%, to $91.39 a barrel.
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Bankers’ Association, which has the supervisory role of setting the
influential Libor rates, announced that it would be willing to give up