Energy

The best way to explain the market action in the energy complex is to compare it to last night's presidential debate—kind of a mess with a lot of data that does not seem to match the current reality. Market action, to say the least, has been lousy.
Today’s API report may be anti-climactic as the world awaits the U.S presidential debates.
Oil prices are creeping back up on hopes for a relief package.Heavy traffic and industrial data out of China, are raising demand hopes.
Oil prices can’t shake the virus. Reports that U.S. Covid-19 cases jumped over 45,000 in one day in the U.S., and deaths reached 900 turned slightly optimistic market sentiment into a more negative mood. 
Oil prices need a shot of something. The Federal Reserve wants it to be another shot of stimulus and perhaps a shot of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Rallying from a 7-week low in the prior session, natural gas futures rose more than 15% on Wednesday afternoon as the demand outlook for natural gas improves.
It might be the storm or rising demand or refiners not procuring gasoline. Whatever it is, the API reported a stunning 7.735 million barrel drop in gasoline supply making it the darling of the sector as we are in winter blends category.
Oil prices are lower on turmoil, whether it be from mother nature or politics. Fears of more Covid-19 shutdowns weigh on prices and fears that increasing political divides after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reduces the odds that the U.S. will get much-needed coronavirus relief.
The oil market is saying sayonara to summer, jumping into shoulder season as refiners remain shut down. It didn’t help oil when the Saudis cut the selling price for some grades of crude oil, suggesting weak demand and a sense that it isn't going to get better until the snow starts to fly.
The breakdown in the broken-down oil market on Wednesday was a precursor to the breakdown in global stock markets. As the techs dropped, energy stocks tried to creep back.