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Crude trades flat

Posted on: March 31, 2016

WTI traded opposite to gas, starting the day off with a rally that fizzled into the close. The May future settled 4 cents higher at $38.32, while Brent gained 12 cents to settle at $39.26. USD weakness continued to put downward pressure on the curve. Overall stocks increased by 2.3MM while Cushing declined by around 300k. Refinery utilization was also up over 90%.

This morning the curve is lower in early trading as the USD weakens.


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