The EIA reported a larger-than-expected decline in US crude stockpiles, which led to a gain in crude oil

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced a greater-than-expected drop in US crude stockpiles, which helped to support crude oil prices, which increased by 0.41% to settle at 6,858. The EIA reported that for the week ending July 5, crude stocks dropped by 3.4 million barrels to 445.1 million, a substantial decrease from the projected draw…

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Natural Gas Declined July 1st Despite An Increase In Production

The continued surplus circumstances in storage and higher output levels in July contributed to yesterday’s -1.16% drop in natural gas prices, which ended at 195.6. A protracted heat wave over the United States through mid-July was predicted. Still, predictions of a smaller-than-usual weekly storage increase and plentiful supply dynamics kept the market under pressure. Utility…

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US Treasury Yields Stayed Firm, Little Affected Gold Prices

Gold prices increased by 0.1% yesterday, closing at 71,654, as investors became cautious ahead of important economic data that could affect the Federal Reserve’s interest rate choices. U.S. Treasury yields also stayed steady. According to recent data, consumer spending increased somewhat in May, while U.S. prices remained steady. The Federal Reserve is currently seen by…

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