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Oil Prices Strengthen As U.S. Dollar Weakens in the Volatile Energy Market

Press release   •   Apr 26, 2016 07:45 EDT

Prices of crude-oil saw a rise in Asian Trade, as U.S. dollar weakened. However, analysts say that new supplied from Africa and Middle East may strain the prices. As per the energy market research reports on New York Mercantile Exchange, the sweet and light crude future of delivery in June CLM6 will be -0.02%, with each barrel sold at $42.94, or 0.7% for the Globex electronic session. The London’s ICE Futures exchange for June Brent crude LCOM6 at -0.02% rose by $0.7% or 0.29 to a cost of $44.77 per barrel.

As inventories increase from U.S. and supplied add from Saudi Arabia, Libya and Kuwait, the oil prices have plunged overnight. According to energy market reports, the oil company from Libya’s eastern part has released first shipment of 650,000 barrels of crude oil. It was loaded at the port of Marsa al-Hariga, close to Egyptian border, sailing to Malta. Tim Evans, an energy analyst at Citi Futures said that traders were not concerned by the Kuwait indicating a raise by 150,000 barrels of oil production in a day by June.

Unstable Environment of Oil Production

Saudi Arabia may boost oil field capacity by 250,000 barrels per day. The activity was because U.S. dollar became weak due to rotations of assets, and investors move funds from the equities to commodity complex. Dollar index BUXX was -0.03% against dollar of other 16 currencies, and greenback was low at 8 cents to $86.42 or 0.09%. Few factors backing the process are market anticipation of drawdown or lesser growth of U.S. crude inventories before summer demand for the gasoline.

U.S. crude production shot up by 800,000 barrels, and gasoline stocks downed by 1.3 million barrels in the week of April 22. The recent built up was because of crude imports, strong refinery demands, and production fall of U.S. crude oil. Volatile times are expected ahead, as oil industry has been bullish in the past six months, with sharp turn in the market to happen soon. The May month ICE gas oil traded at $388.75 for a metric ton, but was down by $4.25, as per new statistics.

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