By Antony Currie NEW YORK, Feb 24 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The formerly-bust carmaker's shares are now hovering dangerously close to the IPO price as oil prices spike amid turmoil in Libya and elsewhere. Investors remember what happened the last time petrol prices surged. It's up to GM to show this time it's different. Full view will be published shortly. CONTEXT NEWS -- General Motors reported fourth-quarter net income of $500 million, or 31 cents a share. Excluding the $400 ...
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