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US Weekly Petroleum Status Report

Commercial crude oil stocks fell last week due to exports rising faster than imports and refineries stepping up operations. But high petroleum product prices should hold back demand in the coming months, which, along with further Strategic Petroleum Reserve releases, should send commercial stocks upward.
Edward Gardner Commodities Economist
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