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Crude Oil Price History Chart

Historical oil prices back to 1946. Compare nominal and real prices on a monthly basis. Real prices are calculated using the headline CPI inflation number with a base of the most recent month.

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Sources: Energy Information Administration, BLS
Notes: Vertical grey areas on chart indicate recessions.
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