WASHINGTON, March 24 (Reuters) - If the price of crude oil ever jumps to $100 a barrel and sends gasoline costs soaring, you're better off living in New York City than just about anywhere else, according to a study released on Friday. New York tops the list of ten American cities that could survive, at least economically, if oil roared to $100. That's the conclusion of the online healthy living company SustainLane, which looked at which cities could maintain their quality of life and ...
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