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Crude climbed $0.93

Posted on: September 21, 2017

WTI prompt futures finally broke $50 for the day even after a larger than anticipated weekly gain in crude stockpiles of 4.6 million barrels. Distillate on the other hand was down 5.7 million barrels.

Bloomberg has posted last week's refinery runs in the Gulf Coast and it indeed shows a faster operational demand post Hurricane Harvey, although it is still 14% lower than full operational capacity. WTI settled $0.93 higher to $50.41.


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