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U.S. oil prices were falling on European fears Thursday, but remained above the psychologically important $100 mark, spurring fears of rising gasoline prices.
The much-anticipated break of oil prices above $100 a barrel finally kicked in Wednesday.
Heightened fears about a Eurozone-wide debt default and the devastating impact this would have on oil demand once against flung oil prices into the red Monday morning.
Oil prices were poised to cross the $100 mark Friday as the market regained confidence in Europe's ability to rein in its debt crisis.
Crude oil prices were gaining Monday morning as the dollar flattened against the euro on mixed assessments of the latest news on the eurozone's moves to control the debt crisis.
Oil prices were heating up Wednesday on increased risk appetite triggered by bullish oil calls from various financial groups, better-than-expected U.S. economic data, expectations of another round of quantitative easing , and mounting European Union pressures on Greece to yield to conditions for its rescue plans.
Oil prices finish in negative territory as the euro falls on concerns about structural issues that continue to haunt Europe's strongest economies.
Oil prices are falling Monday on a dollar rally that's expected to last at least until the middle of the week.
Oil prices slump as traders analyzed the plan to address Europe's debt situation and decided to book profits.
Oil prices were rallying Thursday as they followed stocks higher on greatly improved economic sentiment following news that European officials have convinced bondholders to take 50% losses on Greek debt and expanded the bailout fund to $1.4 trillion.
Ongoing fears about global economic risk stemming from the European crisis and falling fuel demand pressured oil prices lower Wednesday, though longer-term trends continue to point to increasing support.
Oil prices were gaining Tuesday morning on signs of long-term tightening of supplies in the U.S.
Oil prices were rallying Friday as market sentiment improved ahead of the European summit this weekend; but lingering fears threatened to erode risk appetite.
Oil prices were pushing higher Wednesday on increasing optimism about a loosening of U.S crude supply glut.
The U.S. benchmark WTI oil price was strengthening Tuesday as fresh supply reports challenged the notion of an insurmountable glut of the product in the Mid-continent U.S.
Germany's forecast of a prolonged a eurozone debt crisis threw cold water over oil prices Monday, but analysts say the bulls are still in control.
Oil prices were giving up six straight days of gains as worries about China and Europe sparked selling among traders.
For much of Friday, technical breakthroughs and talk of more glut relief in the Midwest led trading to favor WTI over Brent.
Oil prices rebound as European leaders take steps to divert a potential banking crisis and data on U.S. employment comes in better than expected.
Oil prices were tumbling with the stock markets Tuesday as traders watched negative events unfolding in Europe.
Oil prices woke up to the new quarter with a whimper as panicked traders digested news about a possible Greek default.
Oil prices bounced back Thursday as markets reacted to Europe's progress on the debt crisis.
Oil prices jump back into negative territory as fund managers reshuffle their positions ahead of the end of the third quarter, and further declines may lie ahead.
Oil prices are choppy as traders weigh U.S. debt default concerns with promising rhetoric including OPEC's plans for coping with potential demand weakening.
Oil prices plunge below $80 Friday as European debt panic slams the markets with the downgrade of eight Greek banks by Moody's Investor Service.
Oil prices drop to a one-week low as traders avoid risky bets on fears the European economy could suffer a big setback at any time.
U.S.-pegged oil prices were popping Tuesday on expectations of reduced inventories.
Triangle Petroleum (AMEX:TPLM) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from from a hold to sell.
Oil prices were sagging with stocks Friday on the reaffirmation of fears that a clear roadmap for solving the European debt crisis and facilitating the U.S. economic recovery was a long ways away.
Oil prices rallied Tuesday in reaction to rumors that Goldman Sachs has purchased a massive quantity of oil and signs that the Federal Reserve may implement additional stimulus measures.
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