Crude prices are down this morning to $46.54, 38 cents off from yesterday’s close. Like most days this week, prices yesterday saw a midday peak, followed by declining prices. Prices opened at $46.91 this morning, almost 20 cents down from yesterday’s opening price.
After what seems like it would be a positive week, crude prices appear set to post a slight loss for the week. Prices opened Monday morning at $46.68, and are currently $46.54. Prices fluctuated from a low of $45.81 on Tuesday to a high of $47.55 on Thursday, a range of almost $1.75. Compare this[…]
Crude prices this morning are $46.43, up slightly this morning from today’s opening price of $46.25. Prices rose gently yesterday, rapidly gaining $.75 but shedding $.50 before closing, to give a gain of roughly $.25 off the morning lows in the high $45’s. Prices are just .06% higher than[…]
Crude prices are currently $45.88/bbl this morning, down 2.5% from yesterday’s opening price of $47.04/bbl. Yesterday’s price movement ended the 8-day streak of rising prices. Prices opened this morning at $45.65/bbl, slightly higher than yesterday’s close of $45.13/bbl.
After rising to over $47 on Monday, crude prices have fallen back to $46.55 this morning. Last Friday, crude prices rose over a dollar, from an opening price of $44.89 to a close of $46.04. Monday continued the gains, and prices closed at $47.07. Today, prices are slipping lower on a lack of[…]
The EIA released its weekly data on diesel and gasoline retail prices for the week ended July 3, 2017. After a series of weekly price declines, crude prices pushed significantly higher last week, bringing mixed results for gasoline and diesel prices. For the current week, prices for diesel[…]