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Oil Prices Drop Thursday in New York Trading

May 05, 2006

NEW YORK --- Yesterday saw a steep drop in oil prices, after government data released on Wednesday showed a rebound in gasoline supplies as the country heads into the summer driving season. According to Bloomberg and AP reports, on Thursday a barrel of light crude dropped $2.34 to $69.94 in New York trading.
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