Investors have switched their positions based on the U.S. supply numbers.
Source: Naveen Thukral reuters.com; Image by: Thomas White
Motorists are getting a well-deserved break at the pump.
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The U.S. still consumes more than it produces. America now exports more oil than OPEC members Qatar, Libya, Ecuador and Gabon.
Source: Bloomberg.com by Sheela Tobben and Laura Blewitt (photographer)
Crude futures advance, putting oil on track for its fourth up session in a row. Traders brace for a possible decline in domestic stockpiles.
Source: marketwatch.com by Victor Reklaitis; Image: AFP/Getty Images
Is this a recovery in the early stages?
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The decline in U.S. crude supplies for a second week help prices recoup some recent losses
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Investors that favor going long on oil pin their hopes on stronger demand.
Source: marketwatch.com by Jenny W. Hsu; Image: Shutterstock
Investors cheer the development for the political stability it affirms in the Middle East’s biggest economy.
Source: Bloomberg.com by Javier Blas, Wael Mahdi and Anthony Dipaola
Saudi's forecast that oil market will re-balance in the fourth quarter takes into consideration rise in shale oil production.
Source: Bloomberg.com by Wael Mahdi
Major oil companies are adapting to a world in which they see a range of $50 to $60 a barrel as the new equilibrium.
Source: wsj.com by Georgi Kantchex, Sarah Kent and Erin Ailworth