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335.11
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155.98
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8.67
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XIV
110.81
+0.89
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TNA
66.32
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TZA
13.32
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UVXY
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NASDAQ
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NYSE
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IBB
335.11
-0.86
-0.26%
 
AAPL
155.98
-3.78
-2.37%
 
TVIX
8.67
-0.11
-1.25%
 
XIV
110.81
+0.89
+0.81%
 
TNA
66.32
-0.23
-0.35%
 
TZA
13.32
+0.05
+0.38%
 
UVXY
15.83
-0.24
-1.49%
 
NASDAQ
6605.067
-19.153
-0.2891%
 
S&P500
2562.1
+0.84
+0.03%
 
NYSE
12380.323
+9.303
+0.0752%
 

API REPORT: Gasoline Builds, WTI Dumps

Initial Reports for ForexLive

OIL – private inventory data shows smaller than expected draw

Official data due Wednesday morning from the US, in the meantime this is from a private survey

  • The Reuters poll of analysts had the expected for crude inventories falling around 1.5 million barrels last week
  • This private survey shows a draw smaller than expected in the headline crude inventory

EnergyBasis@EnergyBasis: EIA #WPSR Estimates (in mbbls) for Week Ending April 14, 201

EnergyBasis@EnergyBasis: Crude #WPSR Estimates (in mbbls) for Week Ending April 14, 2017

EnergyBasis@EnergyBasis: Historical #EIA #WPSR Stock Changes for Week End April 14 #OOTT

Exert from Zerohedge.com 

Despite last week’s unexpected crude draw (and product draws) WTI/RBOB has faded since (even with a lower dollar) as OPEC production cut questions trump inventories for now. However, prices tumbled immediately after API report a smaller than expected draw in crude (-840k) and gasoline (-1.8mm) and a notable build at Cushing (which will be a new record if DOE data confirms).

Monthly/weekly WTI

Daily/300min