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A month after negative oil prices, U.S. crude contract expiry looms

A month after sellers had to pay nearly $40 a barrel to get rid of U.S. oil futures, the next watershed moment looms with the expiry of the June contract on Tuesday – and so far there is little sign of a repeat of the historic plunge.

    

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Peter Zirbes, ESQ. A Full Service Law Office 718 544 6300