Oil bounces back after falling below $90 a barrel

May 24, 2012 

NEW YORK (AP) - Oil bounced back Thursday, a day after falling below $90 per barrel for the first time in months.

Here's a breakdown of how energy contracts traded Thursday:

On the New York Mercantile Exchange:

Crude: rose 76 cents to $90.66 per barrel;

Gasoline: rose 0.42 cent to $2.8765 per gallon;

Heating oil: rose 0.98 cent $2.8219 per gallon;

Natural gas: fell 9 cents to $2.647 per 1,000 cubic feet.

On the ICE futures exchange:

Brent crude: rose 99 cents to $106.55 per barrel.

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