US WCoast Products - Gasoline dips
HOUSTON, March 27 |
HOUSTON, March 27 (Reuters) - Gasoline dipped in the Los Angeles spot market on Tuesday due to low demand, traders said.
April-delivery CARBOB gasoline slid 1 cent to a 2-cent-a-gallon discount below May NYMEX RBOB gasoline.
San Francisco Bay CARBOB gasoline remained at a 2-cent discount to L.A.
Gasoline in the Portland, Oregon, market was down 1 cent at a 4-cent premium over NYMEX RBOB
CARB diesel also retreated in L.A. on lower demand, trading at 13 cents a gallon over May NYMEX heating oil.
EPA-grade diesel was 2 cents below CARB diesel in L.A.
Jet fuel sold at a 13-cent premium over NYMEX heating oil in the Los Angeles market.
Portland diesel was offered at 25 cents a gallon over NYMEX heating oil. (Reporting by Erwin Seba; Editing by Bob Burgdorfer)
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