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Crude prices’ run higher continues as investors cheer signs of falling U.S. inventories and look forward to Friday’s OPEC meeting.
Investing.com - Crude oil prices settled above $68 a barrel for the first time since late 2014 as traders cheered data showing an unexpected fall in crude stockpiles, while a draw in product inventories also supported sentiment.
West Texas Intermediate oil extended gains in North American trade on Wednesday, as data showed that oil supplies in the U.S. fell more than expected. Crude oil for June delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange surged 1.69 cents or 2.54% to trade at $68.21 a barrel by 10:32 AM ET (2:32GMT) compared to $67.72 ahead of the report. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its weekly report that crude oil inventories fell by 1.071 million barrels in the week ended April 13.
Investing.com - Crude prices continued to track higher on Wednesday, amid speculation weekly supply data due later in the day will show a big drawdown in U.S. oil supplies.
Oil futures see muted action Tuesday, tilting higher by the finish ahead of weekly data on U.S. petroleum supplies.
Investing.com - Oil prices edged higher on Tuesday, as investors looked ahead to fresh data on U.S. commercial crude inventories to gauge the strength of demand in the world’s largest oil consumer and how fast output levels will continue to rise.
Oil prices give up some of last week’s strong gains as traders take in news of weekend airstrike attacks on Syria.
Investing.com - Crude prices sank lower on Monday as increasing shale production and an apparent lull in Middle East tensions convinced traders to take profits after strong weekly gains.
Investing.com - Crude oil prices settled sharply higher as concerns over a massive build in crude stockpiles were offset by rising geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and expectations of U.S. military intervention in Syria.
U.S. crude stocks fell unexpectedly last week as refineries hiked output, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Crude inventories fell by 4.6 million barrels in the last week, compared ...
Investing.com - Oil prices edged higher on Thursday, as the prospect of an extension to OPEC-led production cuts into next year provided support.
U.S. crude oil stockpiles rose unexpectedly last week as imports soared, while gasoline and distillate inventories fell more than expected, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Crude ...
Investing.com - Crude prices mostly higher on Tuesday, although West Texas Intermediate struggled around the unchanged mark, as investors looked ahead to weekly data from the U.S. on stockpiles of crude and refined products to gauge the strength of demand in the world’s largest energy consumer.
Investing.com - Oil prices turned lower on Monday, retreating from their best level in two months, as rising drilling activity in the United States pointed to further increases in shale output, underlining concerns about a return of oversupply.
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Crude oil prices moved higher on Friday, as strong export demand continues to drive demand for crude oil. The increase comes despite a report from oil service giant Baker Hughes that active rig counts increased in the latest week. Production in the United States continues to rise, but the increase is easily offset by the decline in imports.
Investing.com – WTI crude oil prices settled higher as data showing an unexpected draw in crude supplies, snapping a three-week streak of rising crude stockpiles, offset a continued rise in domestic production.
By Stephanie Kelly NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices climbed to their highest level in three weeks on Tuesday as tension in the Middle East and the possibility of further falls in Venezuelan output helped ...
Investing.com - After a brief initial reaction to the downside, West Texas Intermediate oil managed to rebound and head higher in North American trade on Wednesday, after data showing that oil supplies in the U.S. registered a larger-than-expected inventory build, while gas and distillate stockpiles both fell more than forecast.