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[BRIEFING.COM] Commodities slid lower this afternoon post-FOMC minutes. Crude oil futures slid down near $94 barrel, precious metals and copper sold off and natural gas ended near the unchanged line.
Crude oil was as high as $96.19/barrel, but sold off over $2/barrel and fell as low as $94.02/barrel. June crude oil ended the day $1.85 lower at $94.25/barrel. June natural gas lost $0.01 at $4.18/MMBtu.
Sellers came out in the afternoon, causing gold and silver to extend losses. June ... More
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