23 February 2010 18:00 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Here is Tuesday’s mid-day ?xml:namespace>
CRUDE: April WTI: $79.26/bbl, down $1.05; April Brent: $77.61/bbl, down $1.00
Crude prices eased in response to a spike in the dollar and to a report showing a drop in
NATURAL GAS: $4.837/MMBtu, down 5.8 cents
Natural gas futures traded below $5 for the second straight day as high inventory levels loom as the market looks towards milder spring weather and weakened domestic demand.
RBOB: $2.0872/gal, down 2.86 cents
Reformulated blendstock for oxygenate blending (RBOB) futures gave back some of Monday's gains stemming from European refinery issues and followed the weaker crude oil futures in early trading.
PROPYLENE: Spot refinery-grade propylene (RGP) prices were steady at 54.00-55.00 cents/lb. RGP for February traded last week at 54.00-54.50 cents/lb.
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