Oil rally stalls
ANS prices retreat from 3-month high on COVID-19 fears; US gasoline use up
Alaska North Slope crude prices dropped $2.13 to $41.94 per barrel June 24, according to the daily estimate from the Alaska Department of Revenue. Brent crude closed at $40.31, for a loss of $2.32.
Analysts said oil markets were spooked by spikes in COVID-19 cases, striking fears of a new round of c....
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