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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed May 27, 2015 05:16 PM CDT

After all of the aggressive support seen in the gasoline and energy markets through the last couple of weeks, RBOB gasoline futures have sold off sharply as buyer momentum has slowed significantly and traders are concerned that supply growth may continue to pressure prices through the end of May and early June.

Traders are looking for direction from the weekly EIA report which will be released Thursday morning due to the short holiday trading week. But in front of this report, front-month June RBOB gasoline futures have fallen 14 cents per gallon over the last three trading sessions. If inventory ...

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