Trend Results : WTI RBOB

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WTI/RBOB Jump After DOE Confirms Surprise Crude Draw, Production Slows

Following last night's surprise crude draw (from API), and USD weakness, WTI/RBOB rallied overnight, but faded into the DOE data. However, as DOE confirmed API's reported surprise crude draw (-1.616mm) and production slipped very modestly,...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Rebound After Surprise Crude Draw

Dollar strength today did not help the energy complex as WTI/RBOB slipped lower into tonight's API data, but a surprise crude draw sparked a rebound in oil prices after hours.   API Crude -907k (+2.9mm exp) Cushing -2.644mm GasolineShow More Summary

Stocks Slump Into Red, Erase Post-CPI Gains As Bond Yields Slide

Did the dead-cat-bounce just die?   This drop has erased all the post-CPI gains...   And pushed The Dow back below its 50% retracement level... Bonds are bid as stocks sink...   And the dollar is stabilizing...   And WTI/RBOB prices are tumbling...

WTI/RBOB Spike After Smaller Than Expected Crude Build, New Record High Production

The kneejerk reaction drop in WTI/RBOB overnight on API data was rapidly unwound ahead of today's DOE data and spike further as data showed a smaller than expected crude build (and smaller than API). However, US Crude production surged...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Drop After Bigger Than Expected Crude Build

An ugly week or two for WTI/RBOB continued today ahead of tonight's inventory data and after API reported big builds in crude, gasoline, and distillates; both WTI and RBOB dropped further. API Crude +3.947mm (+3.05mm exp) Cushing -2.319mm...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Sink After US Crude Production Explodes To Record High

WTI/RBOB held on to gains after last night's surprise crude draw from API, but quickly tumbled after DOE reported a 1.9mm crude build (2nd week in a row) and significant gasoline and distillate builds. However, US crude production'sShow More Summary

WTI/RBOB Rise After Surprise Crude Inventory Draw

Both WTI/RBOB slid notably lower on the day amid equity market chaos, OPEC comments, and chatter about US production reaching 11m b/d sooner than expected. API printed an unexpected 1.05mm crude draw and WTI managed a small pop. “The...Show More Summary

WTI Algos Confused After Huge Crude Build, Production Spike

WTI/RBOB limped higher after dropping on API's surprise crude build overnight, but when DOE reported a massive 6.78mm crude build (breaking 10-week streak), oil prices began to drop again. RBOB rallied as Gasoline inventories drew-down...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Drop After Surprise Crude Build

WTI/RBOB prices sank for the second day ahead of tonight's API as anxiety over a "slack demand period" builds and US production surges. While expectations were for a modest crude build, inventories jump over 3mm bbl - ending the 10-week draw-streak and sending WTI lower.. “The crude market is looking at the weakness in stock market. Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Slide After Surprise Crude Inventory Build

Oil closed at a 3-year high heading into tonight's inventory data, but WTI/RBOB faded after API reported a surprise crude build (after 9 straight weekly draws). Gasoline inventories rose for the 11th week as Cushing stores fell again. Underpinning...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Jump After Biggest Cushing Stock Draw On Record

WTI/RBOB prices have fallen after a brief pop on last night's API data but kneejerked higher after DOE reported a bigger than expected crude draw (9th straight week). Cushing saw its biggest draw ever and Distillates surprised with a...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Extend Gains After Bigger Than Expected Crude Draw

Crude edged higher as OPEC showed increased determination to curb production and tighten markets ahead of inventory data tonight, but extended gains after API reported a bigger than expected crude draw (9th in a row).   API Crude -5.121mm...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Spike After Massive Crude Draw

WTI/RBOB prices soared once again today amid hopes for an 8th straight week of crude draws (and overall stockpiles near 5y average levels). API did not disappoint with a massive 11.19mm crude draw (biggest since Sept '16) and continued builds in gasoline and distillates. Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Rise After Biggest Crude Draw Since August

WTI/RBOB were sinking into the DOE data, despite API's solid crude draw data, after tagging $62/$1.81 overnight. Official data confirmed API's with the seventh straight week of crude builds (biggest crude build since Aug) and gasoline...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Extend Gains After 7th Straight Week Of Crude Draws

WTI/RBOB rallied into the inventory data as expectations were for a seventh straight week of crude draws and gasoline builds. API confirmed the streak is alive and saw a 4.27mm build in distillates - the biggest weekly build since June...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Shrug At Bigger Than Expected Crude Draw

WTI/RBOB faded back from yesterday's Libya pipeline headline-driven exuberance ahead of tonight's API inventory data. A bigger than expected crude draw held WTI prices steady but RBOB faded very modestly after API showed a notable gasoline...Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Algos Confused As Crude Draws, Gasoline Builds, & Production Jumps Again

WTI/RBOB held gains overnight following API's reported crude draw (despite the gasoline glut) but after DOE confirmed a 5th weekly crude draw and 6th weekly gasoline build, algos were confused with prices chaotic. Production hit a new record high. North Sea and Canadian crude supply disruptions are suppressing U.S. Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Extend Gains After Bigger Than Expected Crude Draw

WTI/RBOB inched higher on the day ahead of tonight's API data and then knee-jerked higher as the data showed a much-bigger-than-expected 5.2mm crude draw. API Crude -5.2mm (-440k exp) Cushing +70k Gasoline +2.001mm (+2.45mm exp) Distillates -2.85mm (+250k exp) A very mixed bag as the series of crude draws continues and gasoline builds... Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Steady Despite Huge Gasoline Build, New Crude Production Record

Despite last night's surprisingly large API-reported crude draw, WTI/RBOB prices were sliding in early trading but as the DOE data printed prices stabilized despite a smaller crude draw than API and a much bigger gasoline builds than expected. Show More Summary

WTI/RBOB Extend Losses On Biggest Gasoline Build In 11 Months, Record Crude Production

Following last night's API-reported huge product inventory builds, bulls were hoping DOE would rescue WTI/RBOB prices but it did not as the dat confirmed a huge crude draw and even bigger product build (gasoline's biggest weekly build since January). Show More Summary

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