Crude prices are down from Friday’s close by 54 cents to $49.04 (1.09%). Prices closed at $49.58 on Friday, up 63 sent from Friday’s opening of $48.95. This morning opened at $49.59, slightly above Friday’s opening price; however, prices have since declined.
Crude prices are $49.81 this morning, gaining $.22 (.44%) since closing yesterday. Prices saw sizable gains during yesterday’s trading session following the EIA inventory report, rising $.80 (1.6%). The market bearishness following the API report has given way to more optimism for producers (and[…]
After eight consecutive sessions of price gains, crude prices are down $.34 (.68%) to $49.83, after closing the session yesterday above $50 for the first time since May. Prices opened this morning at $50.21, 4 cents higher than yesterday’s close of $50.17, but have fallen amid lack of news to push[…]
Crude prices are down this morning to $49.45/bbl, after briefly surpassing $50/bbl in early morning trading. Prices are off .26 (.5%) from Friday’s close. Prices closed the day Friday at $49.71, a gain of $.54 (1.1%) from the opening price. Prices have been on shaky ground this morning, awaiting[…]
Crude prices are $48.46/bbl this morning, lacking strong directionality following yesterday’s nearly flat trading. Prices rose a mere $.24, or .49%, following the release of the EIA data, which was decidedly less bullish for crude prices than Tuesday’s API report. Still, yesterday’s report[…]
Crude prices are up this morning at $48.40, gaining $.51 (1.06%) since closing yesterday. Prices soared higher yesterday in repose to the API inventory report, posting their largest percentage gain (3.08%) of the year, and the second largest absolute price gain ($1.43). Prices this morning are[…]