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Crude Oil Mar 25 (CLH25.NYM)

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64.01-1.14 (-1.75%)
As of 08:42PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2025-02-20
Last Price65.15
Day's Range64.01 - 64.01
  • Reuters

    Oil prices fall as investors weigh Fed chair comments, rate hike

    Oil prices fell on Thursday following three sessions of gains, after U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell re-stated his commitment to curbing inflation, including the possibility of more interest rate rises. Powell also said on Wednesday that banking industry stress could trigger a credit crunch with "significant" implications for an economy that U.S. central bank officials projected would slow even more this year than previously thought. The central bank's policy-setting committee raised interest rates by another quarter of a percentage point in a unanimous decision, lifting its benchmark interest rate to the 4.75% to 5.00% range.

  • Bloomberg

    Japan Shipper Seeks Government Support for Russia Insurance Risk

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  • Reuters

    Falling US gasoline stockpiles signal a repeat of last summer's high prices

    U.S. motorists face a repeat of last summer's high gasoline prices, analysts warned on Wednesday, with fuel stockpiles heading towards multi-year lows ahead of the peak summer driving season that begins in two months. Retail gasoline prices, now averaging $3.44 a gallon nationwide, hit a record $5.02 a gallon last June as crude oil prices jumped on Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the waning of COVID-19 travel curbs unleashed pent up travel demand. Vehicle travel in the U.S. started the year 5.6% higher than last year, leading to a drop in gasoline stockpiles for five straight weeks.