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Crude Oil Prices Fall Further

October West Texas Crude was recently losing $1.50 at $108.21 a barrel.

Crude prices are falling again Wednesday after the U.S. Coast Guard conducted its first aerial survey of oil installations in the Gulf of Mexico and confirmed that no major structural damage was caused by Hurricane Gustav.

October West Texas Crude was recently losing $1.50 at $108.21 a barrel, and Brent crude was down $1.20 at $107.14 a barrel. Near-month natural gas was sliding 18 cents at $7.08 per million British thermal units.

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Meanwhile, energy stocks are mixed in recent trading, with


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gaining 1.2% at $54.66,


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moving 1.2% lower at $67.45, and shares of

Exxon Mobil

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edging 0.6% higher at $77.79.


U.S. Oil Fund

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, an exchange-traded fund that closely tracks the performance of WTI futures on the Nymex, was falling 1.8% at $87.61.