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Mar WTI crude oil this morning is up +72 cents (+1.55%) and Mar gasoline is up +0.0220 (+1.62%). Mar crude oil and Mar gasoline on Thursday closed lower with Mar crude at a 1-week low: CLH5 -1.47 (-3.08%), RBH5 -0.0013 (-0.10%). Bearish factors included (1) the rally in the dollar index to an 11-year high, (2) the +10.7 million bbl surge in weekly EIA crude inventories to an 8-month high of 397.85 million bbl, more than expectations of +2.5 million bbl, and (3) the +2.91 million bbl increase in crude supplies at Cushing, OK, the delivery point of WTI futures, to an 11-month high of 36.8 million bbl. Gasoline recovered most of its losses after weekly EIA gasoline inventories rose +588,000 bbl, less than expectations of +1.5 million bbl.