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MarketWatch 07/10/2020 14:42
U.S. oil futures climbed Friday, reducing their losses for the week even as the spread of the coronavirus pandemic continued to threaten a recovery in the economy. Crude prices got a boost for the session, in part due to the "upbeat COVID-19 vaccine and treatment news" and a softer dollar, but U.S. benchmark prices remain "anchored below the $41 level and will likely struggle for any major moves" until after next week's OPEC+ Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee meeting, said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at Oanda. "The demand outlook risks warrant a discussion for OPEC+ to consider extending production cuts into August," he said, in a note. August West Texas Intermediate oil rose 93 cents, or about 2.4%, to settle at $40.55 a barrel.
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SmartMoney 06/23/2020 07:50
Oil prices edged up for a fourth session Tuesday, gathering support from President Donald Trump’s assurance that the China-U.S. trade deal signed in January remains in place after his trade adviser suggested the agreement between the economic superpowers was dead.
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Daily Excelsior (India) 05/19/2020 14:53
NEW DELHI, May 19: Crude oil prices on Tuesday rose Rs 27 to Rs 2,429 per barrel as participants widened their positions on firm global cues. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, crude oil for delivery in June traded higher by Rs 27, or 1.12 per cent, to Rs 2,429 per barrel in 5,199 lots. Crude […]. .
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FP Trading Desk (Canada) 05/18/2020 11:51
NEW YORK — Oil prices jumped on Monday, with both U.S. and Brent benchmarks on track for their highest settles in two months, supported by optimism about resumption in economic activity and steady output cuts from major producers. Brent futures for July delivery rose $2.96, or 9.1%, to $35.46 a barrel by 11:16 a.m. EDT […]
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RBN Energy 05/10/2020 21:00
On April 20, that fateful day in crude oil markets when the CME May contract for WTI at Cushing collapsed to negative $37.63/bbl, the number of contracts involved in the chaos was relatively small. So you might think that most producers sat on the sidelines, watching Wall Street paper traders writhe in stunning financial pain. But not so. Almost all producers saw their crude prices that day crashing in exactly the same magnitude. That’s because the daily price of the CME WTI contract is part of the formula pricing used in a very large portion of crude oil contracts in U.S. markets, both directly and indirectly. There are two formula mechanisms that are commonly used in crude oil sale/purchase contracts that are responsible for that linkage:
By Commissioner Dan Berkovitz led off the recent meeting of the CFTC’s Energy and Environmental Markets Advisory Committee (EEMAC), by indicating he would address what was on many peoples’ mind. That would be the extraordinary activity in energy markets, and the unprecedented collapse in the price of the May crude oil futures contract, which fell from $17.73 per barrel at the market open to a closing settlement price of negative $37.63 per barrel on April 20, 2020. In the last 20 minutes of trading, buying was scarce as the price dropped approximately $40 per barrel. “We must carefully examine the trading data and market participant activities on and around April 20th. A critical question that both the Commission and the CME must answer is
OilPrice.com 05/08/2020 12:00
Friday, May 8, 2020 1. ExxonMobil posts first quarter loss- ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) reported a $610 million loss in the first quarter, the first loss in more than three decades.- The supermajor said it would idle 75 percent of its rigs in the Permian basin, where it will concentrate its cuts because of the short-cycle nature of drilling. Spending will fall by 30 percent.- ExxonMobil and Chevron (NYSE: CVX) will shut in a combined 800,000 bpd in response to the market collapse. - Exxon maintained its dividend and has taken on billions of dollars…
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