UGA - United States Gasoline

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
33.05
-0.26 (-0.78%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT

33.18 +0.13 (0.39%)
Pre-Market: 4:07AM EDT

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Previous Close33.31
Open33.18
Bid0.00 x 1400
Ask0.00 x 1400
Day's Range32.45 - 33.18
52 Week Range25.23 - 36.45
Volume9,462
Avg. Volume17,531
Net Assets44.19M
NAV33.99
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return6.62%
Beta (3y)1.36
Expense Ratio (net)0.75%
Inception Date2008-02-26
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  • Is US Gasoline Demand Helping Oil Bulls?
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    Is US Gasoline Demand Helping Oil Bulls?

    The EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) estimates that the US gasoline demand increased 1.4% to 9.8 MMbpd (million barrels per day) on July 13–20. The demand also increased 0.3% from a year ago.

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  • US Gasoline Demand Could Hit a New Record
    Market Realistlast month

    US Gasoline Demand Could Hit a New Record

    The EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) estimates that the four-week average US gasoline demand increased 2.4% to 9,701,000 bpd (barrels per day) on June 22–29. The demand also increased by 119,000 bpd or 1.2% YoY (year-over-year).

  • How Are Energy Commodities Performing This Week?
    Market Realistlast month

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    In the week starting July 2, crude oil (USO) prices have fallen marginally. Crude oil prices fell from last week’s close of $74.15 per barrel on June 29 to $74.14 per barrel on July 3, a decrease of 0.01% so far. On July 3, crude oil prices made a 52-week high of $75.27 per barrel.

  • How Energy Commodities Are Performing This Week
    Market Realist2 months ago

    How Energy Commodities Are Performing This Week

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  • How the Energy Sector Is Doing This Year
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    Year-to-date, crude oil (USO) has risen ~8% from $60.42 per barrel to $65.07 per barrel, continuing the upward move it started in June 2017. Since then, crude oil prices have risen ~54%. Unleaded gasoline (UGA) and heating oil (UHN) prices have also risen this year, by ~14% and ~3%, respectively, with unleaded gasoline being the strongest energy commodity so far. Gasoline and heating oil prices affect refining companies.

  • How Energy Commodities Performed from June 18–20
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  • Brent and US Crude Oil before OPEC’s Meeting
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Brent and US Crude Oil before OPEC’s Meeting

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  • How Are Energy Commodities Performing This Week?
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    How Are Energy Commodities Performing This Week?

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  • Why US and Brent Crude Oil Diverged Last Week
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    Why US and Brent Crude Oil Diverged Last Week

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  • API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories on May 18–15
    Market Realist2 months ago

    API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories on May 18–15

    On May 30, the API (American Petroleum Institute) released its US gasoline and distillate inventory data. The API reported that US gasoline inventories decreased by ~1.7 MMbbls (million barrels) on May 18–25. A Reuters survey estimates that US gasoline inventories could have declined by ~1.37 MMbbls during the same period.

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  • Is US Gasoline Demand Helping Crude Oil Prices?
    Market Realist3 months ago

    Is US Gasoline Demand Helping Crude Oil Prices?

    The EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) estimates that four-week average US gasoline demand increased 1.6% to 9,521,000 bpd (barrels per day) between May 11 and 18, and by 91,000 bpd (~1%) year-over-year.

  • How Energy Commodities Are Performing This Week
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    How Energy Commodities Are Performing This Week

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  • Gasoline Inventories Pressure Gasoline and Oil Prices
    Market Realist3 months ago

    Gasoline Inventories Pressure Gasoline and Oil Prices

    On May 23, the EIA released its weekly gasoline inventory data. The EIA reported that US gasoline inventories increased by 1.9 MMbbls (million barrels) to 233.9 MMbbls on May 11–18. However, the inventories have fallen by 5.9 MMbbls or 2.5% YoY (year-over-year).

  • API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories Last Week
    Market Realist3 months ago

    API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories Last Week

    The API released its US gasoline and distillate inventory data on May 22. The API reported that US gasoline inventories increased by ~0.98 MMbbls on May 11–18. Reuters estimates that US gasoline inventories could have declined by ~1.38 MMbbls during the same period.

  • Will US Gasoline Demand Increase in 2019?
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    Will US Gasoline Demand Increase in 2019?

    According to the EIA, the four-week average US gasoline demand decreased 0.9% to 9,370,000 bpd (barrels per day) on May 4–11. However, the demand increased by 64,000 bpd or ~0.7% YoY (year-over-year).

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    Energy Commodities and Stocks Rising This Week

    This week, crude oil (USO) prices increased ~2.6% from last week’s close of $70.70 per barrel to $71.49 per barrel by Thursday. Unleaded gasoline (UGA) and heating oil prices are up ~2.5% and ~2.7% so far this week.

  • Gasoline Inventories Support Gasoline and Oil Prices
    Market Realist3 months ago

    Gasoline Inventories Support Gasoline and Oil Prices

    On May 16, the EIA released its gasoline inventory data. The EIA reported that US gasoline inventories decreased by 3.8 MMbbls to 232 MMbbls on May 4–11. The inventories also declined by 8.7 MMbbls or 3.6% YoY.

  • Analyzing the API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories
    Market Realist3 months ago

    Analyzing the API’s Gasoline and Distillate Inventories

    The API released its US gasoline and distillate inventory data on May 15. The API reported that US gasoline inventories decreased by ~3.4 MMbbls on May 4–11. Analysts estimate that US gasoline inventories could have declined by ~1.4 MMbbls during the same period.

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    Consumer prices in the United States ticked up 2.5% year over year in April 2018, up from 2.4% in March and in line with market expectations. Core inflation, which eliminates food and energy, was flat at 2.1%. Year over year, prices shot up faster for fuel oil (22.6% versus 20% in March) and gasoline (13.4% versus 11.1%).Source: Shutterstock