Crude oil back above $92 a barrel; Metals slip

(AP) - The price of U.S. crude oil is back above $92 a barrel, while gold and other metals futures are lower. Grains and bean prices are mixed.

Benchmark crude oil for February delivery rose 79 cents to $92.59 a barrel in New York Tuesday.

Gold for February delivery fell $5.70 to $1,245.40 an ounce. March silver fell 10.3 cents to $20.282 an ounce.

In March agricultural contracts, corn fell 3 cents to $4.315 a bushel, soybeans rose 12.75 cents to $13.07 a bushel and wheat rose 5.75 cents to $5.793 a bushel.


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