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Listen: European gasoline weakens as US arbitrage opportunities shrink

Sophie Byron, Platts light ends team leader, and Francesco Di Salvo, Platts EMEA gasoline editor, discuss recent weakening in the European physical and paper gasoline markets, as weaker arbitrage opportunities to the US Atlantic Coast failed to absorb length, as well as the impact of West African gasoline demand in blending economics.


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