Crude Oil Price

Current live crude oil prices are listed in the table below. Prices are in US dollars per barrel.

Oil BenchmarkPrice ($US)Updated
WTI Crude72.39July 28, 2021
Brent Crude74.74July 28, 2021

Oil prices given are the price of a barrel of benchmark crude oil. A barrel is 42 US gallons.

There are many types of crude oil. Buyers need an easy way to value crude oil, based on quality and location. These are oil benchmarks.

Major oil benchmarks are West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent Crude.

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Crude Oil Price Today - Barrel

The price of a barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil is currently $72.39. The price was last updated at .

Prices for of a barrel of WTI crude oil over the last 30 trading days can be found here.

The average monthly price for a barrel of WTI crude oil in recent years can be found here.

WTI is a light, sweet oil. It is light because it has a low density, and sweet because it has a low sulphur content.

It is a high quality crude oil that can easily be refined.

In theory, WTI should be more expensive than Brent Crude (it is lighter and sweeter). However, each crude oil market is subject to unique supply and demand factors.

For example, use of techniques such as fracking in the US have led to significant increases in production of WTI oil. Increased supply leads to lower prices.

Brent Crude Oil Price Today - Barrel

The price of a barrel of Brent Crude oil is currently $74.74. a barrel. The price was last updated at .

Prices for of a barrel of Brent Crude oil over the last 30 trading days can be found here.

The average monthly price for a barrel of Brent Crude oil in recent years can be found here.

Brent Crude is a light (low density), sweet (low sulphur content) oil. However it is not as light or sweet as WTI.

Brent Crude is extracted from the North Sea of the Atlantic Ocean.

The price of Brent Crude is a leading oil benchmark. It is used to set the price of most of the world’s oil supplies.

Types of Oil

There are different types of crude oil. Some are more valuable than others.

The main criteria used to determine the quality of crude oil are density and sulphur content.

It is easier to make gasoline (petrol) and diesel from crude oil with a low density (light) and low sulphur content (sweet). Crude oils with these characteristics command higher prices.

Values for Brent Crude and WTI are shown in the table below. Both types have a low density and low sulphur content. There are many more types of crude oil, but Brent Crude and WTI are the main types used for benchmark pricing.

 Brent CrudeWTI
Density (API Gravity)3839.6
Sulphur Content0.37%0.24%
ExtractedNorth Sea, EuropeUS oil fields

Density

Density is one measurement used to classify types of crude oil. The common measurement scale used is American Petroleum Institute Gravity (API Gravity).

API Gravity is a measure of how heavy or light oil is compared to water.

Oil with an API Gravity of more than 10 is lighter than water and will float on water.

Oil with an API Gravity of less than 10 is heavier than water and will sink under water.

API Gravity is an inverse measurement. The denser an oil, the lower its API Gravity will be.

Light oils (lower density, higher API Gravity) are generally the most valuable because they require less processing to convert into valuable fuels.

Crude oils are classified on the basis of their API Gravity as extra heavy, heavy, medium, and light:

TypeAPI Gravity
LightGreater than 31.1
Medium22.3 to 31.1
Heavy10 to 22.3
Extra HeavyLess than 10

Sulphur Content

In addition to density, sulphur content is another factor determining the quality of crude oil.

Crude oil with a sulphur content more than 0.5% is called ‘sour’.

Crude oil with a sulphur content less than 0.5% is called ‘sweet’.

Excess sulphur needs to be removed from crude oils during refining. When sulphur in fuel is combusted it produces sulphur oxides.

Sulphur oxide emissions are a source of air pollution and are regulated in most countries.

The lower the sulphur content, the easier it is to refine to meet required standards. Sweet oils with lower sulphur content command higher prices.

Factors Influencing the Price of Oil

The price of oil is governed by the basic laws of economics; the law of supply and the law of demand. Other factors such as the value of the US dollar, liquidity of the financial markets, and speculation also play an important role.

All other things remaining equal, an increase in the supply of oil will cause the price of oil to fall. A decrease in the supply of oil will cause the price of oil to rise.

An increase in the demand for oil, will cause the price of oil to rise. A decrease in the demand for oil will cause the price of oil to fall.

Oil Supply

Factors such as geopolitical events, OPEC, technology, and capital investment can affect the supply of oil.

Geopolitics

Geopolitical events such as war and sanctions can affect the price of oil. They can cause actual disruptions in supply or create uncertainty.

Much of the world’s supply of crude oil is located in regions that are affected by geopolitical events.

Examples of geopolitical events that have affected the oil price include:

  • 2018 – Donald Trump announced that the US was pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal and impose sanctions. Following the news, the price of Brent Crude and WTI increased.
  • 1990 – Iraq invaded Kuwait. Both Iraq and Kuwait were OPEC members and significant oil producing countries. The loss of these supplies, plus the threat to oil production in Saudi Arabia, led to a huge increase in the price of oil.
  • 1979 – Oil prices increased significantly due to the Iranian Revolution and the subsequent Iran-Iraq War. Strikes and social unrest led to a significant fall in production and a rise in the oil price. The situation worsened in 1980 with the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq War.
  • 1973 – The Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC) introduced significant production cuts and an oil embargo against the US and other countries that supported Israel in the 1973 Arab-Israeli War. This resulted in a significant rise in the price of oil. Fuel shortages led to rationing in the US and some other countries.

A fall in oil prices can also cause political upheaval. In many countries oil revenues account for a large proportion of government income. In such countries, a fall in the oil price often leads to reduced government spending on welfare and the military. This can lead to anti-government sentiment and civil unrest.

OPEC

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) was set up in 1960 by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela.

As of 2020, its members are Alegria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Republic of the Congo, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela.

Its stated mission is “to coordinate and unify the petroleum policies of its Member Countries and ensure the stabilization of oil markets in order to secure an efficient, economic and regular supply of petroleum to consumers, a steady income to producers and a fair return on capital for those investing in the petroleum industry.”

OPEC members produce almost half of the world’s oil and control more than three quarters of the world’s oil reserves.

OPEC has considerable influence over oil prices. When OPEC cuts production (supply), the oil price increases.

In recent years the influence of OPEC over the oil price has declined due to the emergence of the US as the world’s leading oil producer.  

Technology

Advances in technology can lead to increases in the supply of oil and a reduction in the oil price.

One example is the widespread adoption of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the US. Use of this technology, together with horizontal drilling, has opened up oil supplies trapped in shale in Texas and elsewhere.

The shale boom has meant that the US is now the world’s leading producer of oil. This significant increase in supply has contributed to lower prices. It has also lessened the ability of OPEC to influence oil prices.

Capital Investment

Capital investment on exploration and production facilities affects future oil supplies.

Higher oil prices will lead to more spending on exploration and production facilities. This, in the long term, will lead to more supply and a reduction in the oil price.

Capital investment projects are long-term projects so the effects of changes in oil prices are delayed.

Demand for Oil

Factors such as economic cycles, GDP growth, population growth, and the development of alternative sources of energy and transportation can affect the demand for oil.

Forecasts, such as those by BP, predict that demand for oil will fall over the coming decades.

Economic Cycles

Demand for oil rises during periods of economic growth and falls during recessions.

The Global Financial Crisis (2007 -2008) triggered the Great Recession (2007 – 2009), the most severe economic depression since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The slowdown in industry lowered the demand for oil. The price of Brent Crude fell from around $130 in July 2008 to around $40 in December 2008.

In 2020 the COVID-19 Pandemic had a negative impact on the economies of most countries. Reduced demand led to a massive fall in the price of oil.

GDP Growth

As countries develop and increase their GDPs, their demand for oil and other sources of energy increases.

In recent years, the growing economies of countries such as China and India, have led to increased demand for oil.

The COVID-19 Pandemic had a detrimental effect on GDP growth in most countries. In September 2020 the OECD forecast that GDP would fall in all G20 countries with the exception of China.

GDP is expected to recover in 2021 but is still forecast to be below levels at the end of 2019. It will be well below what was projected before the outbreak of the disease.

Population Growth

The current population of the world is around 7.8 billion. The United Nations (UN) forecasts that the world population will be around 9.7 billion in 2050. More than half the growth is expected to occur in Africa.

All other things remaining equal, an increase in population, will lead to increased demand for oil.

Alternative Energy Sources and Transportation

Increased use of alternative energy such as solar and wind power will dampen the demand for oil.

Prices for renewable sources of energy are becoming more competitive with those for oil, gas, and coal. Recent years have seen massive investments in new wind and solar capacity.

In 2019, renewables met over 40% of the rising demand for energy around the world; the biggest of any source.

New solar and wind power sources accounted for almost 70% of new generating capacity added in 2019.

One of the driving forces behind this is the declining cost of solar equipment. The technology is now affordable, and widely available, for homes, businesses, and power grids.

Bhadla Solar Park, in India, is the world’s largest solar park. It has a capacity of 2.2 GW. The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai has a planned capacity of 5 GW once fully complete.

Massive wind farms are being built around the world. The Gansu Wind Farm, an onshore wind farm in China, has a planned capacity of 20 GW. Dogger Bank Wind Farm (capacity 3.6 GW) in the UK is expected to be the world’s largest offshore windfarm. In 2020 Boris Johnson pledged that offshore wind farms would power every home in the UK within a decade.

Gasoline consumption by cars is one of the primary drivers of oil demand. In recent years, petrol and diesel cars have become more fuel efficient, helping to reduce the demand for oil.

Although, only a small proportion of the cars around the world now are electric, the proportion is expected to increase significantly over the coming years. Many countries around the world have already set deadlines to outlaw the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles. Electric vehicles will be increasingly powered by electricity generated by renewable sources of energy.

Efficient and reliable public transport systems reduce the demand for car travel and oil.

Examples in Dubai include the Dubai Metro (opened 2009) and Dubai Tram (opened 2014). In 2006 journeys made using public and shared transport was 6% of the total number of trips. By 2018 the proportion of journeys made using public and shared transport had risen to 17.5%.

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Crude Oil – Historic Prices – 30 Trading Days

Historic prices (US dollars) for a barrel of WTI crude oil are listed in the table below:

DatePrice ($US)
Monday, 19th July 202166.45
Friday, 16th July 202171.76
Thursday, 15th July 202171.67
Wednesday, 14th July 202173.06
Tuesday, 13th July 202175.24
Monday, 12th July 202174.21
Friday, 9th July 202174.56
Thursday, 8th July 202172.98
Wednesday, 7th July 202172.22
Tuesday, 6th July 202173.62
Friday, 2nd July 202175.37
Thursday, 1st July 202175.33
Wednesday, 30th June 202173.52
Tuesday, 29th June 202173.14
Monday, 28th June 202172.98
Friday, 25th June 202174.21
Thursday, 24th June 202173.31
Wednesday, 23rd June 202173.11
Tuesday, 22nd June 202173.15
Monday, 21st June 202173.64
Friday, 18th June 202171.64
Thursday, 17th June 202171.06
Wednesday, 16th June 202172.03
Tuesday, 15th June 202172.06
Monday, 14th June 202170.94
Friday, 11th June 202171.00
Thursday, 10th June 202170.34
Wednesday, 9th June 202169.90
Tuesday, 8th June 202170.11
Monday, 7th June 202169.21
Friday, 4th June 202169.57

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Crude Oil Prices By Month

Historic average monthly prices (US dollars) for a barrel of WTI crude oil are listed in the table below:

MonthPrice ($US)
June 202171.38
May 202165.17
April 202161.72
March 202162.33
February 202159.04
January 202152.00
December 202047.02
November 202040.94
October 202039.40
September 202039.63
August 202042.34
July 202040.71
June 202038.31
May 202028.56
April 202016.55
March 202029.21
February 202050.54
January 202057.52
December 201959.88
November 201957.03
October 201953.96
September 201956.95
August 201954.81
July 201957.35
June 201954.66
May 201960.83
April 201963.86
March 201958.15
February 201954.95
January 201951.38
December 201849.52
November 201856.96
October 201870.75
September 201870.23
August 201868.06
July 201870.98
June 201867.87
May 201869.98
April 201866.25
March 201862.73
February 201862.23
January 201863.70
December 201757.88
November 201756.64
October 201751.58
September 201749.82
August 201748.04
July 201746.63
June 201745.18
May 201748.48
April 201751.06
March 201749.33
February 201753.47
January 201752.50
December 201651.97
November 201645.66
October 201649.78
September 201645.18
August 201644.72
July 201644.65
June 201648.76
May 201646.71
April 201640.75
March 201637.55
February 201630.32
January 201631.68
December 201537.19
November 201542.44
October 201546.22
September 201545.48
August 201542.87
July 201550.90
June 201559.82
May 201559.27
April 201554.45
March 201547.82
February 201550.58
January 201547.22
December 201459.29
November 201475.79
October 201484.40
September 201493.21
August 201496.54
July 2014103.59
June 2014105.79
May 2014102.18
April 2014102.07
March 2014100.80
February 2014100.82
January 201494.62
December 201397.63
November 201393.86
October 2013100.54
September 2013106.29
August 2013106.57
July 2013104.67
June 201395.77
May 201394.51
April 201392.02
March 201392.94
February 201395.31
January 201394.76
December 201287.86
November 201286.53
October 201289.49
September 201294.51
August 201294.13
July 201287.90
June 201282.30
May 201294.66
April 2012103.32
March 2012106.16
February 2012102.20
January 2012100.27
December 201198.56
November 201197.16
October 201186.32
September 201185.52
August 201186.33
July 201197.30
June 201196.26
May 2011100.90
April 2011109.53
March 2011102.86
February 201188.58
January 201189.17
December 201089.15
November 201084.25
October 201081.89
September 201075.24
August 201076.60
July 201076.32
June 201075.34
May 201073.74
April 201084.29
March 201081.20
February 201076.39
January 201078.33
December 200974.47
November 200977.99
October 200975.72
September 200969.41
August 200971.05
July 200964.15
June 200969.64
May 200959.03
April 200949.65
March 200947.94
February 200939.09
January 200941.71
December 200841.12
November 200857.31
October 200876.61
September 2008104.11
August 2008116.67
July 2008133.37
June 2008133.88
May 2008125.40
April 2008112.58
March 2008105.45
February 200895.39
January 200892.97
December 200791.69
November 200794.77
October 200785.80
September 200779.92
August 200772.36
July 200774.12
June 200767.49
May 200763.46
April 200763.98
March 200760.44
February 200759.28
January 200754.51
December 200661.96
November 200659.08
October 200658.89
September 200663.80
August 200673.04
July 200674.41
June 200670.95
May 200670.84
April 200669.44
March 200662.69
February 200661.63
January 200665.49
December 200559.41
November 200558.32
October 200562.26
September 200565.59
August 200564.99
July 200559.00
June 200556.35
May 200549.83
April 200552.98
March 200554.19
February 200548.15
January 200546.84
December 200443.15
November 200448.47
October 200453.28
September 200445.94
August 200444.90
July 200440.78
June 200438.03
May 200440.28
April 200436.75
March 200436.74
February 200434.69
January 200434.31
December 200332.13
November 200331.11
October 200330.34
September 200328.31
August 200331.57
July 200330.76
June 200330.66
May 200328.11
April 200328.17
March 200333.51
February 200335.83
January 200332.95
December 200229.46
November 200226.35
October 200228.84
September 200229.66
August 200228.39
July 200226.97
June 200225.52
May 200227.04
April 200226.18
March 200224.53
February 200220.72
January 200219.72
December 200119.39
November 200119.64
October 200122.17
September 200126.20
August 200127.37
July 200126.43
June 200127.60
May 200128.63
April 200127.49
March 200127.25
February 200129.61
January 200129.59
December 200028.44
November 200034.42
October 200033.11
September 200033.88
August 200031.26
July 200029.70
June 200031.82
May 200028.79
April 200025.72
March 200029.84
February 200029.37
January 200027.26
December 199926.10
November 199925.00
October 199922.69
September 199923.80
August 199921.28
July 199920.10
June 199917.92
May 199917.72
April 199917.31
March 199914.68
February 199912.01
January 199912.52
December 199811.35
November 199813.00
October 199814.46
September 199815.03
August 199813.47
July 199814.17
June 199813.72
May 199814.91
April 199815.35
March 199815.12
February 199816.06
January 199816.72
December 199718.33
November 199720.19
October 199721.33
September 199719.80
August 199719.95
July 199719.66
June 199719.26
May 199720.82
April 199719.70
March 199720.97
February 199722.18
January 199725.13
December 199625.23
November 199623.71
October 199624.88
September 199623.97
August 199621.90
July 199621.30
June 199620.42
May 199621.17
April 199623.50
March 199621.33
February 199619.09
January 199618.86
December 199519.03
November 199517.99
October 199517.43
September 199518.23
August 199518.02
July 199517.33
June 199518.45
May 199519.74
April 199519.90
March 199518.54
February 199518.57
January 199518.04
December 199417.16
November 199418.07
October 199417.72
September 199417.45
August 199418.38
July 199419.66
June 199419.06
May 199417.89
April 199416.42
March 199414.68
February 199414.78
January 199415.03
December 199314.52
November 199316.61
October 199318.15
September 199317.50
August 199318.01
July 199317.89
June 199319.09
May 199319.95
April 199320.25
March 199320.32
February 199320.09
January 199319.03
December 199219.41
November 199220.34
October 199221.69
September 199221.88
August 199221.34
July 199221.78
June 199222.39
May 199220.98
April 199220.23
March 199218.92
February 199219.01
January 199218.79
December 199119.50
November 199122.46
October 199123.23
September 199121.89
August 199121.69
July 199121.40
June 199120.19
May 199121.23
April 199120.83
March 199119.90
February 199120.48
January 199125.23
December 199027.28
November 199032.33
October 199036.04
September 199033.51
August 199027.31
July 199018.45
June 199016.70
May 199018.20
April 199018.43
March 199020.39
February 199022.11
January 199022.86
December 198921.10
November 198919.86
October 198920.10
September 198919.59
August 198918.58
July 198919.78
June 198920.05
May 198920.12
April 198921.07
March 198919.48
February 198917.94
January 198918.02
December 198816.38
November 198814.14
October 198813.77
September 198814.54
August 198815.52
July 198815.50
June 198816.53
May 198817.42
April 198817.86
March 198816.20
February 198816.80

Brent Crude Oil – Historic Prices – 30 Trading Days

Historic prices (US dollars) for a barrel of Brent Crude oil are listed in the table below:

DatePrice ($US)
Monday, 19th July 202169.33
Friday, 16th July 202174.46
Thursday, 15th July 202174.53
Wednesday, 14th July 202175.74
Tuesday, 13th July 202177.50
Monday, 12th July 202176.77
Friday, 9th July 202177.14
Thursday, 8th July 202175.07
Wednesday, 7th July 202174.31
Tuesday, 6th July 202175.81
Monday, 5th July 202178.34
Friday, 2nd July 202177.51
Thursday, 1st July 202176.69
Wednesday, 30th June 202176.94
Tuesday, 29th June 202175.38
Monday, 28th June 202174.78
Friday, 25th June 202176.45
Thursday, 24th June 202175.95
Wednesday, 23rd June 202175.22
Tuesday, 22nd June 202174.92
Monday, 21st June 202174.49
Friday, 18th June 202173.10
Thursday, 17th June 202172.92
Wednesday, 16th June 202173.88
Tuesday, 15th June 202173.38
Monday, 14th June 202172.27
Friday, 11th June 202172.05
Thursday, 10th June 202171.65
Wednesday, 9th June 202171.31
Tuesday, 8th June 202171.39
Monday, 7th June 202170.89

Brent Crude Oil Prices By Month

Historic average monthly prices (US dollars) for a barrel of Brent Crude oil are listed in the table below:

MonthPrice ($US)
June 202173.16
May 202168.53
April 202164.81
March 202165.41
February 202162.28
January 202154.77
December 202049.99
November 202042.69
October 202040.19
September 202040.91
August 202044.74
July 202043.24
June 202040.27
May 202029.38
April 202018.38
March 202032.01
February 202055.66
January 202063.65
December 201967.31
November 201963.21
October 201959.71
September 201962.83
August 201959.04
July 201963.92
June 201964.22
May 201971.32
April 201971.23
March 201966.14
February 201963.96
January 201959.41
December 201857.36
November 201864.75
October 201881.03
September 201878.89
August 201872.53
July 201874.25
June 201874.41
May 201876.98
April 201872.11
March 201866.02
February 201865.32
January 201869.08
December 201764.37
November 201762.71
October 201757.51
September 201756.15
August 201751.70
July 201748.48
June 201746.37
May 201750.33
April 201752.31
March 201751.59
February 201754.87
January 201754.58
December 201653.31
November 201644.73
October 201649.52
September 201646.57
August 201645.84
July 201644.95
June 201648.25
May 201646.74
April 201641.58
March 201638.21
February 201632.18
January 201630.70
December 201538.01
November 201544.27
October 201548.43
September 201547.62
August 201546.52
July 201556.56
June 201561.48
May 201564.08
April 201559.52
March 201555.89
February 201558.10
January 201547.76
December 201462.34
November 201479.44
October 201487.43
September 201497.09
August 2014101.61
July 2014106.77
June 2014111.80
May 2014109.54
April 2014107.76
March 2014107.48
February 2014108.90
January 2014108.12
December 2013110.76
November 2013107.79
October 2013109.08
September 2013111.60
August 2013111.28
July 2013107.93
June 2013102.92
May 2013102.56
April 2013102.25
March 2013108.47
February 2013116.05
January 2013112.96
December 2012109.49
November 2012109.06
October 2012111.71
September 2012112.86
August 2012113.36
July 2012102.62
June 201295.16
May 2012110.34
April 2012119.75
March 2012125.45
February 2012119.33
January 2012110.69
December 2011107.87
November 2011110.77
October 2011109.55
September 2011112.83
August 2011110.22
July 2011116.97
June 2011113.83
May 2011114.99
April 2011123.26
March 2011114.64
February 2011103.72
January 201196.52
December 201091.45
November 201085.28
October 201082.67
September 201077.84
August 201077.04
July 201075.58
June 201074.76
May 201075.95
April 201084.82
March 201078.83
February 201073.75
January 201076.17
December 200974.46
November 200976.66
October 200972.77
September 200967.65
August 200972.51
July 200964.44
June 200968.61
May 200957.30
April 200950.18
March 200946.54
February 200943.32
January 200943.44
December 200839.95
November 200852.45
October 200871.58
September 200897.23
August 2008113.24
July 2008132.72
June 2008132.32
May 2008122.80
April 2008109.07
March 2008103.64
February 200894.99
January 200892.18
December 200790.93
November 200792.41
October 200782.34
September 200777.17
August 200770.76
July 200776.93
June 200771.05
May 200767.21
April 200767.49
March 200762.05
February 200757.56
January 200753.68
December 200662.47
November 200658.76
October 200657.81
September 200661.96
August 200673.23
July 200673.67
June 200668.56
May 200669.78
April 200670.26
March 200662.06
February 200660.21
January 200662.99
December 200556.86
November 200555.24
October 200558.54
September 200562.91
August 200563.98
July 200557.52
June 200554.35
May 200548.65
April 200551.88
March 200553.10
February 200545.48
January 200544.51
December 200439.60
November 200443.11
October 200449.78
September 200443.20
August 200442.74
July 200438.22
June 200435.18
May 200437.57
April 200433.59
March 200433.63
February 200430.86
January 200431.28
December 200329.81
November 200328.75
October 200329.61
September 200327.11
August 200329.89
July 200328.35
June 200327.65
May 200325.86
April 200325.00
March 200330.61
February 200332.77
January 200331.18
December 200228.33
November 200224.34
October 200227.54
September 200228.40
August 200226.65
July 200225.74
June 200224.08
May 200225.35
April 200225.73
March 200223.70
February 200220.28
January 200219.42
December 200118.71
November 200118.80
October 200120.54
September 200125.62
August 200125.68
July 200124.61
June 200127.85
May 200128.31
April 200125.66
March 200124.50
February 200127.50
January 200125.62
December 200025.66
November 200032.55
October 200030.96
September 200033.14
August 200030.20
July 200028.68
June 200029.80
May 200027.74
April 200022.76
March 200027.49
February 200027.78
January 200025.51
December 199925.47
November 199924.58
October 199922.00
September 199922.54
August 199920.22
July 199919.08
June 199915.86
May 199915.23
April 199915.29
March 199912.51
February 199910.27
January 199911.11
December 19989.82
November 199811.04
October 199812.70
September 199813.34
August 199811.91
July 199812.08
June 199812.21
May 199814.36
April 199813.53
March 199813.10
February 199814.07
January 199815.19
December 199717.18
November 199719.17
October 199719.87
September 199718.46
August 199718.60
July 199718.46
June 199717.58
May 199719.02
April 199717.56
March 199719.13
February 199720.85
January 199723.54
December 199623.78
November 199622.76
October 199624.16
September 199622.63
August 199620.51
July 199619.57
June 199618.46
May 199619.15
April 199620.90
March 199619.85
February 199618.00
January 199617.85
December 199517.93
November 199516.86
October 199516.11
September 199516.70
August 199516.10
July 199515.85
June 199517.31
May 199518.35
April 199518.65
March 199517.01
February 199517.11
January 199516.55
December 199415.93
November 199417.19
October 199416.49
September 199415.90
August 199416.89
July 199417.60
June 199416.76
May 199416.19
April 199415.23
March 199413.82
February 199413.80
January 199414.29
December 199313.73
November 199315.20
October 199316.61
September 199316.01
August 199316.70
July 199316.78
June 199317.65
May 199318.51
April 199318.67
March 199318.79
February 199318.47
January 199317.39
December 199218.14
November 199219.21
October 199220.26
September 199220.27
August 199219.74
July 199220.24
June 199221.16
May 199219.89
April 199218.92
March 199217.63
February 199218.05
January 199218.16
December 199118.41
November 199121.11
October 199122.21
September 199120.50
August 199119.77
July 199119.40
June 199118.17
May 199119.19
April 199119.18
March 199119.08
February 199119.54
January 199123.57
December 199028.27
November 199033.07
October 199036.02
September 199034.90
August 199027.17
July 199017.17
June 199015.10
May 199016.35
April 199016.61
March 199018.39
February 199019.81
January 199021.25
December 198919.84
November 198918.73
October 198918.91
September 198917.77
August 198916.77
July 198917.62
June 198917.67
May 198918.63
April 198920.32
March 198918.70
February 198916.89
January 198917.17
December 198815.31
November 198813.02
October 198812.41
September 198813.18
August 198814.89
July 198814.91
June 198815.54
May 198816.31
April 198816.60
March 198814.73
February 198815.73
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