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Mar crude this morning is up +$1.40 a barrel (+5.34%) and Mar gasoline is up +0.0645 (+6.85%). Thursday's closes: CLH6 -1.24 (-4.52%), RBH6 -0.0008 (-0.08%). Mar crude and gasoline on Thursday closed lower with Mar crude at a new 12-1/2 year low. Energy prices retreated on carryover weakness from Wednesday's EIA data that showed a +1.26 million bbl increase in EIA gasoline inventories to a record high 255.6 million bbl and the +523,000 bbl increase in crude supplies at Cushing, OK, delivery point of WTI futures, to a record high 64.7 million bbl. The plunge in global equity markets also undercut confidence in the economic outlook and energy demand and was another negative for crude prices.