Closing Prices for Crude Oil, Gold, and Other Commodities
A motorist discharges raw petroleum from his tanker to process into gas at Marathon Refinery in Salt Lake City, Utah., on May 24,2022 (George Frey/Getty Images)
Benchmark U.S. petroleum for July shipment increased $1.09 to $11065 a barrel Tuesday. Brent crude for August shipment increased 52 cents to $11465 a barrel.
Wholesale fuel for July shipment was the same at $3.79 a gallon. July heating oil increased 2 cents to $4.36 a gallon. July gas fell 13 cents to $6.81 per 1,000 cubic feet.
Gold for August shipment fell $1.80 to $1,83880 an ounce. Silver for July shipment increased 18 cents to $2177 an ounce and July copper increased 3 cents to $4.04 a pound.
The dollar increased to 136.54 Japanese yen from 135.15 yen. The euro increased to $1.0532 from $1.0501