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Mar crude this morning is down -$1.11 a barrel (-4.04%) at a 3-weeklow and Mar gasoline is up +0.0029 (+0.31%). Wednesday's closes: CLH6 -0.49 (-1.75%), RBH6 +0.0436 (+4.85%). Mar crude oil and gasoline on Wednesday settled mixed with Mar crude at a 3-week nearest-futures low. Crude oil prices were undercut by the +1.26 million bbl increase in EIA gasoline inventories to a record high 255.6 million bbl (more than expectations of +1.0 million bbl) and by the +523,000 bbl increase in crude supplies at Cushing, OK, delivery point of WTI futures, to a record high 64.7 million bbl. Crude oil prices were boosted by a weaker dollar and by the unexpected -754,000 bbl decline in weekly EIA crude oil inventories, less than expectations for a +3.2 million bbl increase.