Oil Falls As Contracts Expire

Investor's Business Daily
January 2016
Investors Business Daily;1/21/2016, pA01
2 U.S. crude plunged 6.7% to $26.55 a barrel, the lowest since May '03 as Feb. futures contracts expired. Brent lost 3.1% to $27.88, its lowest since Nov. '03.


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