crude oil futures

The news of the spread of coronavirus outside the Chinese city of Wuhan and the first confirmed case in the United States have pressured crude oil prices. The concern is that the Chinese economy will be harmed and reduce global demand for crude oil.
There was only a muted price response to the crude oil stocks draw and prices traded in a relatively narrow range for the day.
The crude oil stocks build reported by the EIA was mildly bearish to price. But it was the news of the Iranian missile attack that really impacted prices.
Crude oil prices have been on a rally since the beginning of December as OPEC and Russia agreed on deeper cuts in production and the agreement of Phase One of the US-China trade deal.  The crude oil stocks draw added to the bullish price sentiment.
Crude Oil stocks build when the expectations were for a draw. Crude oil prices had rallied during the last several days as OPEC and Russia agreed on deeper cuts in production.
Crude oil prices have rebounded as OPEC and Russia appear to be agreeing on deeper cuts in production Prices were future supported by the latest DOE report showing that crude oil stocks drew greater than expected. 

The DOE reported Total Crude Oil Inventories increased by 1.4 million barrels to 450.4 million barrels for the week ending November 15, 2019, while the expectations average was for a 1.5 million ba

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Crude Oil futures tacked on another 1% overnight as tensions surrounding Iran continue to rise.

A strong rebound in Italian bank shares lifted European and world stocks on Monday, putting the brakes on risk-averse moves that had earlier lifted the yen to a 17-month high against the dollar and