WTI crude futures finished the session with minor gains bouncing from the overnight lows caused by a weaker Chinese HSBC Services PMI reading, as energy players look ahead to an anticipated increase in demand after Hurricane Sandy. However, sideways trading was observed through much of the session, markets look ahead to the US presidential election results.
Print 19:35, 05 Nov 2012 - Commodities - Source: RANsquawk
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