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News Scan P.M.: Oil Prices Hit Record Near $67

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News Scan: Aug. 12, 2005

NEW YORK - Business, technology and wealth news:

Oil Prices Hit Record Near $67
Oil prices settled at a record high near $67 Friday, as U.S. refinery outages looked set to test gasoline supplies in the world's biggest-consuming nation. The threat of hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and concerns over Iran's decision to resume uranium-conversion activities also fueled the price increase, analysts said.

U.S. Stocks Close Down on Deficit, Oil Woes
Wall Street retrenched Friday as the trade deficit widened and oil prices surged, while a weak quarterly report from Dell also disheartened the market. Traders were displeased when the U.S. Commerce Department reported that the trade deficit, the imbalance between what America sells abroad and what it imports, is running higher than last year's all-time record. The trade deficit rose to $58.8 billion in June, an increase of 6.1% from the May deficit of $55.4 billion.

FDA Puts Restrictions On Accutane
The thousands of Americans who take the acne drug Accutane--and people who prescribe and dispense it--must enroll in a national registry, part of a major government program to tighten access to the medicine that causes birth defects.

Striking British Airways Staff Return
British Airways said Friday that all of its striking Heathrow Airport workers were returning to work after a 24-hour walkout that saw all flights canceled at the airport and about 70,000 travelers stranded. The airline said it would operate "a limited number of aircraft" starting at 8 p.m. London time. But it warned that the disruption caused by more than 500 canceled flights at one of the world's busiest airports would continue for many hours.

More U.S. Airlines Match Domestic Fare Hikes
Higher air fares looked more likely Friday as American Airlines, Northwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways went along with competitors' increases that the companies said were necessary to offset rising fuel prices. Airline stocks skidded after a three-week surge pushed the price of crude oil near a record of $67 per barrel during the day, taking jet fuel prices along with it.

Dell Q2 Profit Up, Revenue Misses View
Low-priced laptops and other bargain systems cramped Dell's second-quarter revenues and the company's CEO said the computer leader had pushed too aggressively for market share. The rare revenue miss--nearly $300 million below Wall Street forecasts--came atop a 28% jump in net income Dell reported Thursday. The company also issued an outlook for the third quarter that was at the low end of analyst forecasts, sending shares down nearly 8% in late-session trading.

DreamWorks Animation Swings To Q2 Loss
DreamWorks Animation SKG swung to a loss in the second quarter, although the results posted Thursday were slightly better than the bleak fiscal picture the studio outlined last month. The company behind such animated hits as Shrek reported a net loss of $3.7 million, or 4 cents per share, compared to a profit of $146 million, or $1.89 per share, in the same period last year. Revenue fell to $35.4 million from $300.3 million in the same period last year.

Earlier headlines

Oil Prices Hit New Record, Then Retreat

Ex-WorldCom CFO Gets Five Years In Prison

British Airways Cancels Heathrow Flights

Japan's Economy Grew 0.3% In April-June Quarter

Intel To Shift Microprocessor Technology

Northwest Set To Fly Without Union Mechanics

AIG Shareholders Approve 15 Board Members

China Trade Surplus Rises To $50B

Yahoo! To Pay $1B For 40% Alibaba Stake



News items can be submitted to Greg Levine at glevine@forbes.net or by calling him at (212) 366-8851.


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