quinta-feira, 27 de abril, 2017

Oil closes without direction only still afraid with u.s. stocks

Oil futures contracts closed without direction only on Wednesday (26), after the United States inventory data. Commodity stocks retreated well above the country, but the production has returned to rise. The June WTI oil closed at a high of 0.12%, to $49.62 a barrel, on the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex), and Brent for July retreated 0.30%, to $52.41 a barrel, on ICE. The Department of energy (DoE) reported that crude oil stocks fell 3,641,000 barrels last week. The forecast was for a retreat of 600,000 barrels. Gasoline stocks already are up 3,369,000 barrels, compared with expectations of a fall of 900,000 barrels. Analysts keep concern amid fears that rising oil inventories in the United States and the production of shale are undermining the efforts of the largest producers to reduce global supply. Oil market operators are also not certain if OPEC will decide to extend your production cut in your next meeting on May 25 in Vienna, which contributes to the sharp drop. The uncertainty helped reduce oil prices in 7% last week. The American Petroleum Institute (API) released on Tuesday an estimate that oil stocks in the United States rose 900,000 barrels last week. API data are alarming because this is the time of year when stockpiles usually fall while refiners process more crude oil to make gasoline and diesel before the summer in the USA. At 9:41 (Eastern), WTI oil for June, most liquid contract, fell 0.89%, to $49.12 a barrel, on the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex). At the same time, Brent crude for July also recorded low of 0.93%, to $52.08 a barrel on the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE).
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