Energy Market Updates

Bulls Remain in Control of Markets

Posted by Mark Pszeniczny on Jul 16, 2013 5:45:00 PM

July 16th - Energy Bulls showed their muscle today by posting solid gains after an ever so slight dip yesterday.  On the back of an early weak dollar, RBOB and HO were up almost .03 cents in the early morning.  After what appeared to be some resistance touching, futures slid to even shortly after Open outcry, even posting some negative numbers.  The slide was short-lived as traders began to focus on this weeks inventory levels that are projected to show a draw of roughly 3mbls of Crude, signaling a rising demand.  Small refinery news and traders rolling positions into AUG also contributed to today's rise.   Personally, I have said for months that HO is stuck in this large new normal range of 2.75 to 3.05, being at the top of that range now, one has to speculate at how much higher we can go.  At the close, Crude was able to shed some pounds finishing down .32 to $106.00, HO added .0208 to $3.0469 and RBOB gained .0314 to $3.1343.  RBOB appears to be driving the market so Wednesdays price action will be intresting.


RBOB Close
               CLOSE         CHANGE        
 AUG   3.1343         +.0314
SEP   3.0530         +.0227
OCT   2.8702       +.0186
NOV    2.8074        +.0137
DEC    2.7655       +.0094
JAN    2.7437       +.0057
HEAT Close
      CLOSE            CHANGE
AUG    3.0469       +.0208
SEP    3.0464       +.0186
OCT    3.0449       +.0167
NOV    3.0426      +.0138
DEC    3.0401       +.0113
JAN    3.0382       +.0091


Topics: Dollar Struggles, Bull Market, Daily Heating Chart, RBOB

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