An end to the drama in the race for the White House apparently has done little to ease volatility in the energy market. After surging 10% Election Day, crude prices gave back those gains on Wednesday, following a surprise bump in gas inventories.
Traders expected gasoline inventories to fall, but instead they rose 1.1 million barrels as drivers continue to take their foot off the pedal despite a sharp break in prices. A stronger dollar, which broke yesterday to encourage energy buyers, changed direction Wednesday too.
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