Today’s Market Trend

By Published On: April 11, 2018Categories: Crude, Daily Market News & Insights, Diesel, Gasoline

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Oil Prices

Oil prices continue their pursuit of higher prices. Markets began with some early gains this morning, with crude oil up 76 cents to $66.27. At this point markets have fully recovered from their February decline, and are approaching three-year highs once again. With the threat of Chinese trade barriers beginning to calm, markets are back to watching fundamentals and risk factors, which point to higher prices for the year.

Refined fuels are also picking up steam, with both gasoline and diesel trading well above $2/gal this week. Early this morning, diesel prices were up an additional 1.38 cents to trade at $2.0786. Gasoline has been of to a slower start, gaining just 0.3 cents this morning to trade at $2.0434

The API released their weekly data, showing that crude and gasoline stocks rose while diesel inventories fell. We’re still at a time of year when crude builds are the seasonal trend, so markets aren’t too worried about the builds. Additionally, the API has tended to have some big variances to the EIA statistics, so markets generally react more strongly to EIA data than to the API.

This article is part of Crude


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