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Where can I find out current oil prices?

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration provides current spot prices for oil on its website, as of 2015. The prices are provided in weekly releases that show the daily values from the previous week, according to EIA. Other media outlets, such as Bloomberg and CNN Money, also report daily values.

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Where can I find out current oil prices?
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Crude oil products are reported as dollars per barrel and oil products are reported as dollars per gallon on the EIA website. EIA also provides historical trends and data for oil prices. CNN Money includes oil prices in its list of commodities values and classifies oil under its Energy heading. Bloomberg reports several different daily oil exchange prices and updates its prices throughout the day.

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