Houston, Texas: US Crude oil prices fell on Thursday after weak US economic data spurred worries over crude oil demand. The US crude declined $2.23, or 4.6 percent, to settle at $46.25 a barrel. Brent crude was last down $1 to trade around $48 a barrel. Early in today’s trading session, US crude moved higher, breaking above $50 a barrel on a fall in the dollar. And very interestingly, the US crude also briefly traded at a premium to Brent, rather than the discount it normally sustains, as the Brent front-month contract traded in its last day before expiry. Read More >>
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