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RBOB Gasoline Jul 24 (RBN24.NYM)

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2.5238+0.0284 (+1.14%)
As of 04:58PM EST. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement date2024-06-28
Open2.4939
Bid2.4000
Last price2.4954
Day's range2.4867 - 2.5486
Volume15,447
Ask2.5249
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 6-Russia bans gasoline exports for 6 months from March 1

    Russia on Tuesday ordered a six-month ban on gasoline exports from March 1 to keep prices stable amid rising demand from consumers and farmers and to allow for maintenance of refineries in the world's second largest oil exporter. The ban, first reported by Russia's RBC, was confirmed by a spokeswoman for Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak, President Vladimir Putin's point man for Russia's vast energy sector.

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    UPDATE 2-US approves E15 gasoline sales expansion in Midwest starting 2025

    The U.S. government said on Thursday it approved a request from Midwestern governors allowing expanded sales of gasoline with higher blends of ethanol in their states, starting in 2025. The government currently restricts sales of E15 gasoline, or gasoline with 15% ethanol, in summer months due to environmental concerns over smog, though the biofuel industry says those concerns are unfounded. The corn-based ethanol industry has been fighting for years for year-round sales of E15 but was frustrated by the 2025 start date, one year later than proposed.

  • Reuters

    US approves E15 gasoline sales expansion in Midwest starting 2025

    The government currently restricts sales of E15 gasoline, or gasoline with 15% ethanol, in summer months due to environmental concerns over smog, though the biofuel industry says those concerns are unfounded. The corn-based ethanol industry has been fighting for years for year-round sales of E15 but was frustrated by the 2025 start date, one year later than proposed. In 2022, the governors of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin made the request for year-round E15 sales, saying the move could help lower pump prices by boosting fuel volumes.