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By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Feb. 18 -- Crude oil futures prices rose on the New York Mercantile Exchange Tuesday supported by a rally in gasoline prices and also by a weakening US dollar
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Nov. 12 -- Crude oil futures prices tumbled more than a dollar to settle at less than $48/bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange Thursday after a week that
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Aug. 11 -- Crude oil futures prices eased in trading Tuesday on the New York Mercantile Exchange, despite the approach of Tropical Storm Bonnie, churning
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Oct. 29 -- Crude oil futures settled modestly higher Monday after the so-called "war premium" eroded last week, prompting a major sell off because traders
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Mar. 15 -- Crude oil futures prices fell in New York and London markets Friday upon reports of an amendment to the US Senate budget bill that calls for a halt
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, May 9 -- Crude oil futures prices rallied Wednesday after two weekly reports showed a decline in US inventories, driving the crude oil price on the New York
Writer HOUSTON, June 29 -- Crude oil futures retreated by more than $2 ..... It was the biggest drop in crude oil futures prices in weeks. Noting uncertainty ..... and the sudden decline in crude oil futures prices. In London, the August
In one of the strongest showings this year, the front-month contract for benchmark US crude jumped more than 4% Oct. 24 in the New York market, moving into backwardation with subsequent monthly contracts priced sequentially lower and the current December contract $1/bbl higher than that for ...
The front-month crude price dropped 3.7% Aug. 31 in the New York market on “fears that Hurricane Earl would put a damper on East Coast Labor Day plans and gasoline demand,” said analysts in the Houston office of Raymond James & Associates Inc.
Prices for oil and petroleum products shot up Aug. 2, the first trading day of this month, with crude busting through resistance at $80/bbl in the New York market for the first time since early May to climb above $81/bbl amid a slew of favorable economic reports.