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29.12.2010, 19:42

A Wall Street Journal poll asks readers where crude oil prices will be by April 2011.

A net 49.6% say crude will stand above $100 per barrel, a net 34% say between $90 and $99/bl, a net 10.3% say between $80 and $89/bl and a net 6% say below $80/bl. NYMEX February light sweet crude oil futures hold currently at $91.18 per barrel. The front contract settled at $91.49/bl Tuesday, the highest closing settlement since Oct 3, 2008.

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