|WTI Crude •8 hours||63.55||+0.78||+1.24%|
|Brent Crude •7 hours||67.04||+0.93||+1.41%|
|Ethanol •9 hours||1.484||-0.015||-1.00%|
|Natural Gas •8 hours||2.657||-0.019||-0.71%|
|Gasoline •8 hours||1.990||+0.029||+1.47%|
|Heating Oil •8 hours||1.973||+0.019||+0.97%|
|Gasoline • 8 hours||1.990||+0.029||+1.47%|
|Heating Oil • 8 hours||1.973||+0.019||+0.97%|
|Opec Basket • 2 days||63.08||+0.58||+0.93%|
|Gold • 15 mins||1,330.30||-2.40||-0.18%|
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