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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Crude Oil Gains Caused by a Greater Drop in Oil Stockpiles Than Anticipated

Crude oil prices rose by 0.6% during yesterday’s trading session, ultimately closing at 6551. This increase was primarily driven by a notable decline in oil inventories. The US oil stockpiles dropped by 2.508 million barrels more than anticipated, according to data released by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), exceeding market expectations. In addition, surprise drops…

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Rising Chinese Imports and Falling Inventories Caused Crude Oil Prices to Soar

The world’s top oil-consuming countries, China, and the United States both have rising crude oil stockpiles and exports, which has caused a slight increase in crude prices yesterday, which ended at 6606 due to positive demand outlooks. A report by the Energy Information Administration showed that U.S. oil stocks had dropped by 1.4 million barrels…

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