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Crude oil prices dropped below $68 per barrel overnight on the New York Mercantile Exchange following a three-day skid in equities. Light, sweet crude lost 62 cents overnight to $67.43 per barrel. Heating oil prices fell 0.0138 cents to $1.7451 per gallon.
Crude oil prices fell to close to $68 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange Tuesday, before recovering slightly in afternoon trading. Crude oil prices reached $68.26 per barrel after the price dropped to $68.05. Heating oil prices lost 0.013 cents to $1.767 per gallon.
Crude oil prices headed higher Tuesday, falling just short of the $70 per barrel mark as the pace of the economic recovery appears to have slowed. Crude oil prices added 44 cents overnight to reach $69.99 per barrel. Heating oil prices added 0.0357 cents to $1.8157 per gallon.
Crude oil prices crept closer to the $73 per barrel mark Friday after U.S. stock markets failed to post a ninth consecutive trading session in black ink. Light, sweet crude oil gained 25 cents on the New York Mercantile Exchange to $72.74 per barrel.
Crude oil prices dropped overnight on the New York Mercantile Exchange, sliding below $71 per barrel after two consecutive days of falling prices. Light, sweet crude prices lost 45 cents to $70.98 per barrel. Heating oil prices dropped 0.0229 cents to $1.8291 per gallon.
Crude oil futures fell for the second straight day Wednesday, finishing below $72 in afternoon trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude oil for delivery in October fell 62 cents to $71.43 per barrel, a drop of 0.1 percent, as investors sensed continuing slack demand, which was indicated by a U.S.
Crude oil futures fell to less than $72 in morning trading Wednesday on the New York Mercantile Exchange in the wake of a report that inventories have risen. Crude oil for delivery in October fell 66 cents per barrel to $71.39, a drop of 0.92 percent, after trading lower overnight in world markets.
Crude oil prices closed sharply lower on the New York Mercantile Exchange Tuesday.
Crude oil prices fell from 10-year highs in morning trading Tuesday, trading at $73.95 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was down from Monday's close of $74.37 and follows lower prices on foreign exchanges overnight.
Crude oil prices tried to push past $75 per barrel Monday, but couldn't quite make it, settling at $74.37 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Investors took a comparative breather from the front-month light sweet crude contract, which had seen frenzied trading last week on optimism a U.S.
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