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Crude gains $0.27

Posted on: February 15, 2017

WTI futures traded in a tight $0.86 range to ultimately settle $0.27 lower at $53.20. WTI continued to rise amid high OPEC cut compliance announced earlier this week by the EIA; however, gains were mitigated by a strengthening USD after Fed chair Janet Yellen implied future interest rate increases.

A Bloomberg analyst survey expects a 3.5 million barrel build for the EIA reported this week. If the build is witnessed this would be the sixth consecutive gain in US inventories.

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