A midweek update. The New York oil market has been quiet this week with futures trading around $93 a barrel while awaiting further news
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A midweek update. After two days of quiet trading, oil prices surged in New York on Wednesday after the weekly stocks report showed that US gasoline and distillate stocks fell considerably more than expected last week.
A midweek update. With the US shutdown/default crises overshadowing other issues, NY oil traded between $101 and $103 this week as prospects for a resolution to the standoff in Washington went up and down.
Behind the conflict in Syria are the long-term issues of climate change (drought) and control of oil resources. Here are the latest excerpts from analyses and reader opinions.
A midweek update. Crude oil prices traded in a narrow range after three weeks of steady increases that brought New York crude from $94 a barrel to $106 and London from $100 to close Wednesday at $108.57.
A mid-week update. There has been little movement in the price of oil so far this week with New York futures hovering around $95 a barrel and London around $101.
A mid-week update. After falling on Monday and Tuesday, oil prices rebounded to roughly unchanged on Wednesday on a weaker dollar and a report from Libya that oil production has fallen to less than 1 million b/d after sabotage and labor unrest closed oilfields and ports. New York oil futures …
A weekly update. Including: -Oil and the global economy -Middle East -China at a turning point? -Quote of the week -Briefs
A mid-week update. While oil prices are little changed this week, there has been considerable news concerning the energy markets. Bad economic reports from Europe, the US, and China have helped keep pressure on the markets and raised fears of lower demand for oil in the months ahead. The …
A weekly update, including: -Oil and the global economy -The Middle East and Africa -New USGS forecasts for Bakken -Quotes of the week -Briefs