Oil Prices Lower
11th November 2011
Oil prices were lower on Wednesday November 9,2011 following a broad sell-off on Wall Street that was stoked by fears that Europe would be overwhelmed by a mountain of debt.
Here's how energy contracts traded:
On the New York Mercantile Exchange:
Crude fell $1.06 to end the day at $95.74 per barrel.
Gasoline lost 6.22 cents to finish at $2.6442 per gallon.
Heating oil fell 1.75 cents to end at $3.0986 per gallon.
Natural gas fell 9.3 cents to finish at $3.652 per 1,000 cubic feet.
On the ICE Futures exchange in London:
Brent crude lost $2.69 to end the day at $112.31 per barrel.
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