07 July 2008 16:58 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Gasoline prices fell $30/tonne on Monday in line with crude and with cracks against Brent holding steady, market sources said.
Prices fell from a high of $1,174/tonne FOB (free on board) AR (?xml:namespace>
Cracks against Brent crude continued to hold steady around -3 where they have been for the past week.
One trader said that figure was now optimistic and cracks were notionally pegged between -3.55 and -3.24.
August Brent crude on
A dealer said that gasoline prices were following Brent down.
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