¬†Crude oil futures finished the week sharply lower as a stronger dollar and expectations of rising global supply continued to pull prices off 13-month highs seen earlier this week. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now NYMEX April WTI settled $2.03 lower at $61.50/b and ICE April Brent declined 75 cents to $66.13/b. Notably the Feb. 26 session was the last day of trading for the April Brent contract, and its prompt expiry may explain why it showed a relatively modest 1% decline compared with front-month WTI, which slid more than 3% in the session. The second-month Brent contract settled down around 2.6% on the day. Oil price declines accelerated late in the session as the US dollar tested three-week […]