Crude keeps getting slammed.July Brent contracts hit $95.38 earlier today, the lowest since January 26 2011, according to Reuters.
Meanwhile, NYMEX light sweet prices hit $82.20 as the opening market boost from pro-Euro elections in Greece instantly vaporized.
Halliburton and Baker Hughes were each down more than 2 per cent, while BP was down 1.5 per cent.
Prices have since come up to $83.40.
Natgas prices, meanwhile continued their rally from last week as the market continues to digest Friday’s bullish storage news.
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