Markets got a strong boost from a bullish API report published yesterday, which propelled prices higher overnight and this morning. Crude prices gained 30 cents yesterday to close at $54.38. This morning, crude is continuing to strengthen, gaining another 52 cents (.96%) to bring prices to $54.90.
Oil markets are flat this morning after a strong day of trading on Friday. Crude oil gained $1.10 during Friday’s session closing at $53.90. After a quiet weekend, prices have retained their strength and are currently $54.02. Brent saw a strong day on Friday as well with prices settling above[…]
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Markets are taking a breath this morning succeeding four consecutive days of gains, with the energy complex seeing losses across the board. Crude prices are down .77 cent (1.48%) this morning after prices closed 10 cents higher during yesterday’s trading session. Prices saw an intraday high of[…]
Markets are slightly higher this morning, responding to a bullish API report in regard to crude. Crude oil remained flat yesterday, closing only 5 cents lower than opening prices. Currently crude prices are $52.09, with a measly 21-cent gain (.4%) since yesterday’s close. Crude has remained strong[…]
Crude prices are $47.57 this morning, up $.16 (.34%) from yesterday’s close. Prices lost 93 cents yesterday, but have recouped some of the yesterday’s 2% losses this morning. Crude prices have remained mostly stable this week, with only $1.72 between the high and low of the week.
Crude prices are down to $48.00 this morning after making slight gains yesterday and opening this morning at $48.36. Crude prices have fallen 41 cents (-.85%) since closing yesterday at $48.41. Crude prices weaken despite the relatively constructive EIA U.S. inventory report published Wednesday.
Crude oil prices are relatively unchanged since yesterday’s trading session. Crude prices are down slightly this morning at $47.29, losing 8 points (.17%) from yesterday’s close. Prices have continued their losses this week, shedding $1.22 since Friday’s surprising close. Although crude has given[…]