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U.S. crude oil inventories are still above historic norms — CHART

Energy Information Administration ( EIA ). Not surprisingly, West Texas Intermediate crude prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange CLN7, +0.28% dropped to their lowest levels in a month . The bearish report represents the first crude inventory build in several weeks and lends credit to recent sentiment over US shale production rising at a pace that could in part offset a production cut from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries .

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'Stranger Things' Cast And Creators Shed New Light On Season 2

This week has already had somewhat contradictory messages about how the monster will show up in season two. Perhaps the most likely scenario is that the Shadow Monster and the Thessalhydra will show up in season two to menace the inhabitants of Hawkins.

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Is Buying Healthequity Inc (HQY) Here a Winning Strategy?

As per Tuesday, January 24, the company rating was initiated by KeyBanc Capital Markets. Shares of Healthequity Inc (HQY ) traded up 0.73% during midday trading on Monday, reaching $48.41. If you are accessing this piece on another site, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of USA and global trademark & copyright laws. On Monday, April 17th, Stephen Neeleman sold 8,500 shares of Healthequity stock .

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Sears Closing Additional Stores

If Kmart's customers choose to shop at other stores in Bullhead City, the tax revenue loss won't be felt as deeply. However, the media has been consistently reporting facts and figures from analysts, as well as from the company's own financial disclosures and press releases.

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Protesting India farmers 'died in police firing'

Gandhi had said that he would meet the families of those who were killed during the ongoing farmers' protest. The police said that Gandhi and other Congres leaders would not be allowed to enter Mandsaur , which is now under the curfew .

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Will US Crude Oil Inventories Fall for the Ninth Week?

Imports rose by 356,000 barrels a day last week, while crude exports fell by 746,000 barrels a day, the biggest drop ever. Oil prices have dropped and continue to trade below $50 per barrel, as global crude markets continue to remain oversupplied although Middle East tension and declining U.S.


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