It is the 21st of July 2017

News

WTI Sinks After Surprise Crude Inventory Build

WTI has roller-coastered higher since last week's 'bullish' API report and rose today for the 6th of the last 7 days (on Saudi cut hype). While many eyes are on record high shale production, the recent trend in inventory draws remains key but API upset that dream briefly as Crude saw an unexpected build (+1.628mm vs -3.5mm exp). Gasoline and Distillates saw major draws (much bigger than expected) and Cushing saw its first build in 8 weeks.

Read More

WTI Pops After Huge Crude Inventory Drawdown

WTI prices have roller-coastered (generally lower) since last week's inventory(lower)/production(higher) data back to unchanged but as API printed a massive 8.133mm crude drawdown (vs 2.45mm exp), the biggest since Sept 2016 if DOE confirms, WTI prices quickly jumped higher. Gasoline also saw a bigger than expected draw while Distillates built.

Read More

WTI Bounces On Biggest Crude Draw Since 2016

Having broken its win-streak with the biggest drop in 4 weeks today following Russia comments, crude prices hovered around $45 as API reported a massive 5.8mm barrel crude draw (most since 2016) and 5.7mm gasoline draw (most in 4 months).

Read More

Why Some Hedge Funds Believe The Shale Boom Is Coming To An End (Again)

Today's Baker Hughes report confirmed that the US shale miracle continues, as another 6 oil rigs were added bringing the total to 747, the highest since mid-2015, with domestic producers seemingly oblivious - or perfectly well hedged - to the ongoing decline in crude prices which is once again set to crippled the Saudi budget.

Read More

Featured Apps

Free Money