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  1. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices rally; gas prices retreat

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    Wed, 10 Apr 2013

  2. MARKET WATCH: Weak dollar lifts oil prices

    Weakness of the dollar lifted the June 4 price of the front-month crude futures contract by 0.9% in the New York market, ending a four-session losing streak, while natural gas rose 3.8% on forecasts of warmer weather in June.

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    Tue, 5 Jun 2012

  3. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil, natural gas prices decline in New York market

    The front-month crude oil futures contract closed marginally lower Oct. 12, ending its latest rally in the New York market although the Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose for the sixth time in seven sessions. Natural gas futures also dropped, falling 3.6% with the forecast of milder weather and an ...

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    Thu, 13 Oct 2011

  4. MARKET WATCH: High crude inventory, weak market indicators bring down oil prices

    Energy prices continued dropping May 31 with the front-month crude futures contract down 1.5% in the New York market following a larger-than-expected inventory increase.

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    Fri, 1 Jun 2012

  5. MARKET WATCH Oil prices pull back after traders take closer look at EU deal

    Crude oil prices pulled back slightly Oct. 28 as investors began questioning details of the European Union’s debt crisis agreement that had triggered a 3% jump in the front-month crude futures contract the previous session on the New York market.

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    Mon, 31 Oct 2011

  6. IPE to launch electricity trading March 19

    The UK's International Petroleum Exchange (IPE) will launch its electricity futures contract Mar. 19, subject to government confirmation expected Mar. 16. The IPE electricity futures contract will trade on the IPE�s electronic energy trading system alongside the IPE�s natural gas futures contract , ...

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    Wed, 21 Feb 2001

  7. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices bounce back from 1-day dip

    Energy commodity prices bounced back Aug. 15 from a one-session dip at the end of last week, with the front-month crude futures contract temporarily topping $88/bbl in intraday trading in the New York market.

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    Tue, 16 Aug 2011

  8. MARKET WATCH: Crude futures price pushes past $86/bbl

    The front-month crude futures contract continued climbing to new heights Oct. 15, pushing past $86/bbl in New York, although most analysts see too few potential changes in market fundamentals to support a continued rally.

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    Tue, 16 Oct 2007

  9. MARKET WATCH: WTI price falls, Brent's rises for record-high spread

    Crude oil prices in the New York market continued to fall with the front-month futures contract down 2% on June 13, but the price for North Sea Brent held up despite an intraday sell-off, closing with a small gain that widened the spread between it and West Texas Intermediate to a record ...

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    Tue, 14 Jun 2011

  10. MARKET WATCH: Crude price makes record jump past $138/bbl

    In its biggest one-day gain in history, the front-month crude futures contract shot up nearly $11/bbl June 6 to a new high in the New York market.

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    Mon, 9 Jun 2008

  11. MARKET WATCH: Strengthening yuan may lift energy prices

    The front-month crude futures contract on June 18 regained some of its loss from the previous session in the New York market while the near-month natural gas contract gave back most of its earlier gain as it fell more than 3%.

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    Mon, 21 Jun 2010

  12. MARKET WATCH: Crude futures price ends week down 6.6%

    Despite rallying up 4% on Nov. 13, the front-month crude futures contract fell Nov. 14, finishing the week 6.6% lower than it started as economic declines worldwide fed fears of a slowdown in energy demand.

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    Mon, 17 Nov 2008

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