Benchmark Brent crude breached $101 per barrel on Monday for the first time in more than two years as turmoil in Egypt injected supply worries into a gradually tightening oil market. ICE March Brent crude rose as high as $101.08 per barrel, up $1.66 on Monday, to the highest point since oil plummeted during the financial crisis in September 2008. – FT
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