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First, from the MarketBeat half of the Enforcers duo:
Oil’s Contango Rebound
Another unexpected surge in crude-oil inventories has the price of the front-month oil contract falling while buying continues to occur in later-dated contracts, contributing to a reversal of a trend that dominated energy trading last week.
The Energy Information Administration reported a build of 6.2 million barrels in crude for the week ending Jan. 23, surpassing the expectations for a build of about two to three million barrels. This follows a 6.1 million-barrel build the previous week, and puts crude stocks at 338.9 million barrels, or nearly 16% above a year ago, the largest year-over-year surplus since July of 1990.
The market, for a time, was taking this in stride. Oil moved higher briefly on news of a surprise draw-down in gasoline inventories, but of late, oil was sinking again. March futures were down 40 cents to $41.18 a barrel. In the meantime, investors are bidding up later-dated contracts, increasing the spread between those contracts and the front-month March contract. This situation is known as contango, and reflects expectations for weak demand for the time being....MORE
Next, coming in off the top rope, Environmental Enforcer:
Oil Prices: Have They Bottomed Out? A Hint on the Seas
Have oil prices finally found a bottom?*I did like "Tongue Twister Wizards".
For the third week in a row, U.S. crude oil stocks rose a lot more than expected. Government figures showed U.S. inventories rose 6.2 million barrels last week, far more than expectations of a rise between 2.9 million and 3.4 million barrels.
But unlike the last two weeks, the oil market didn’t implode. Crude futures actually rose slightly, trading above $42 a barrel in New York. Some traders chalked that up to a suprising reduction in gasoline stocks, a hint that demand destruction may have run its course in the U.S.For some analysts, there are signs that the oil-price decline, which has shaved more than $100 a barrel off crude prices since July, is finally bottoming out....MORE
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