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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 16 (CLN6)




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49.59 +0.11    +0.22%
27/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 49.48
  • Open: 49.32
  • Day's Range: 48.70 - 49.59
Crude Oil 49.59 +0.11 +0.22%
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Trend Trader
Trend Trader 35 minutes ago
Bullish Data = Higher Prices?: On May 6, 2015 WTI traded at $61.56 after reporting the first draw in crude inventories after the end of maintenance season at -3.882mb. This report was the first of EIGHT consecutive draws totaling almost -28 mb. But how did crude finish after those consecutive draws? Well after the 2015 EIA Reports came in at 5/6 -3.882, 5/13 -2.191, 5/20 -2.674, 5/28 -2.802, 6/3 -1.948, 6/10 -6.812, 6/17 -2.676, and 6/24 -4.934, WTI fell to $56.68 by Jul 1 for a net decline of almost $5 since the 5/6 report. Something to think about.
Ryan Rickels
Ryan Rickels 29 minutes ago
US production #'s were still increasing at that point. Almost 1 million bpd over todays levels
james tremblay
james tremblay 29 minutes ago
yes, two major difference this year. Inventories are much higher, and so far gasoline and utilization rate are doing the opposite of what's expected.
Trend Trader
Trend Trader 28 minutes ago
Ryan, FALSE. US production peaked at 9.7 mb/d in APRIL of 2015 and has been declining ever since.
Ryan Rickels
Ryan Rickels 26 minutes ago
But we are still producing a million less bbls per day and getting over 10 $ less per bbl
Trend Trader
Trend Trader 23 minutes ago
James, refinery utilization was about 95% last year about this time. The last EIA report had it under 90%. And yes, inventories are higher this year. If we don't significantly work off inventory during this year's peak driving season, the beginning of 2017 could be thought of as troublesome for storage capacity.
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james tremblay
james tremblay 51 minutes ago
some insight into the canadian crude imports... "http://calgaryherald.com/business/energy/canadian-crude-discount-shrinks-only-slightly-after-fire-halts-oilsands-production"
james tremblay
james tremblay 54 minutes ago
to the folks who understand how managed money trade.. In theory they can trade asia/europe time, but do they actually do it. The volumes are much lower overnight.
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