EIA data released this morning showed a rise of 1.9 million barrels of crude oil. An inventory rise of 300,000 barrels was expected from analysts. Stockpiles of Gasoline rose 3.6 million barrels and a slight increase of only 100,000 barrels was expected. These numbers helped to send crude oil prices down in recent trading.
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