Friday, June 13, 2014
(Undated) -- The uncertainty over who controls Iraq's oil fields is ramping up the price of crude oil. Militants currently hold two of the biggest cities in the country and they're making a push for Iraq's biggest oil refinery. Because of that, crude oil prices have been moving up this week and they're up again this morning. The price is up to nearly 106 dollars a barrel, a gain of about a dollar and a half, since yesterday.