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Oil prices fell to their lowest level in two weeks on Monday, dipping on the strength of the dollar and on newly minted data reporting a recent increase in Iranian and Iraqi oil exports. The impact of the Canadian wildfires in still in play ... [read more] Read more

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An Odd Week for Price Action

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Oil prices closed higher for a third straight session on Friday, supported by ongoing supply concerns from the Western Canadian wildfires, though front month WTI did settle lower week-on-week for the first time in over a month. The market also overcame bearish sentiment ... Read more

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The More Things Change ...

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Oil prices ended the day on Thursday virtually unchanged from Wednesday, though settlement prices were well off the early highs of the day. In that regard, the strong morning and weak afternoon price action was very similar to what we saw on Wednesday (inventory report day). Read more

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One Two Push Up, Despite Reporting Contradictions

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Markets moved higher Wednesday morning mostly due to two items. The first was markets reacting to the prior days API release, which showed crude oil build below expectations. Second, wildfires in Canada had some in the market worried about potential threat to supply from the oil sands fields. Read more

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A Surprising “Weak” Already?

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The old investor adage of “Sell in May, and Go Away” began in earnest on Monday, as oil prices posted their biggest single-day loss in nearly three weeks. The market was softer on Friday, and that weakness continued into the new week despite the dollar falling to its lowest level in a year ... Read more

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Bullish Momentum Rules an Otherwise Unruly Day

Thursday, April 28, 2016 - The upward trend in energy prices continued Wednesday, as bullish momentum ruled the day. June WTI was in the green for most of the day, outside of the narrow range around the Department of Energy’s (DOE) release, when the volatility and the volume increased ... Read more

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Range Bound Volatility

Oil prices eased for the second straight day, fading in the afternoon session despite ongoing weakness in the U.S. dollar. Despite the day’s loss, the front month WTI contract has traded in relatively narrow range since the middle of last week (following the inventory summary) and certainly above the psychological $40 mark. [read more] Read more

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Bullish Week Ends Up Quietly

The oil market ended a bullish week on an up note, with the front month WTI contract posting a dollar gain (and three dollars for the week). Friday, however, did not produced any oil-newsworthy notes ... Read more

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3-Days of Strikes and They’re Out.

The energy complex moved higher, buoyed by bullish momentum yesterday. This was due in part to a continuing Kuwaiti oil workers’ strike, which entered its third day, and drew market worry over a potential decrease in the nation’s oil production >> Read more

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The No Doha Hangover

The oil market shrugged off the bearish implications of Sunday’s Doha Party, settling only modestly lower on yesterday after the much-ballyhooed oil summit failed to produce an agreement on how the world’s production leaders could dampen the supply / demand imbalance. [read more] Read more

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