Investing.com – They crashed during Thursday’s US session.
On the New York Mercantile Exchange, they traded at US $ 5.736 per million British thermal units in December, down 7.45% at the time of writing.
Previously traded at a very low dollar price of one million British thermal units, it was expected to gain support at $ 5.121 and resistance at $ 6.291.
The futures dollar index, which monitors the performance of the US dollar in the basket of the other six major currencies, traded down 0.49% at $ 93,343.
Elsewhere on the Nymex, for December delivery, it traded up 0.00% at $ 82.66 a barrel, while for December delivery, it fell 1.24% to 2.4752. Traded in dollars a gallon.
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