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Oil, Gold and Dow Jones Fall, US Dollar Outperforms

iconMay 26, 2023 10:42
SHANGHAI, May 26 - The US dollar index dipped 0.32 to 104.21.

SHANGHAI, May 26 - The US dollar index dipped 0.32 to 104.21. Crude oil prices fell $2.41/bbl to $71.81/bbl. Gold prices lost $15.75/oz to $1940.84/oz. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 35.27 to 32764.65.

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