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Daily energy Overview, Tuesday, May, 03, 2011

Crude oil futures traded lower on Monday in the wake of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden death. U.S. crude for delivery in June settled at 113.52 dollars, down 41 cents, after a trading range between 110.82 and 114.83 dollars, while the ICE Brent crude for delivery in June traded at 125.12 dollars a barrel, down 77 cents after a trading range from 121.67 to 126.54 dollars.

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Daily energy Overview, Wednesday, April 27, 2011

U.S. crude oil futures traded down on Tuesday in the post-settlement trading after the American Petroleum Institute data indicated a higher than expected increase in domestic crude inventories in the previous week. U.S. crude for delivery in June traded at 111.83 dollars, down 45 cents. Meanwhile, ICE Brent crude oil futures went slightly up on Tuesday on investors’ expectations for any notification of a change in the monetary policy from the U.S. Federal Reserve. ICE Brent crude for delivery in June valued 124.14 dollars, up 48 cents.

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Daily energy Overview, Tuesday, April, 26, 2011

Oil prices decreased on Monday in poor trade, with U.S crude for delivery in June traded at 111.74 dollars a barrel, down 55 cents, by 14:02 GMT, while ICE Brent for June delivery traded at 123.11 dollars a barrel, down 88 cents.

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Daily energy Overview, Friday, April 22, 2011

Crude oil futures traded higher on Thursday as the dollar plunged to almost an all-time low. ICE Brent for June delivery traded at 123.99 dollars a barrel, up 14 cents, after a trading range between 123.20 and 124.81 dollars. U.S. crude for delivery in June settled at 112.29 dollars, up 84 cents.

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Daily energy Overview, Monday, April, 18, 2011

U.S. and Brent crude futures extended gains on Friday supported by improving U.S. consumer confidence and supportive manufacturing data in China. ICE Brent crude for June delivery increased to 123.45 dollars a barrel, up 1.45 dollars, after a trading range between 121.59 and 124.02 dollars, while U.S. crude for May delivery traded at 109.66 dollars a barrel, up 1.55 dollars after a trading range from 107.21 to 110.10 dollars.

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