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Daily (30.10.2019): NBP spot dipped by 4.7% on Tuesday due to low demand and firm supplies

Crude oil prices diverged slightly on Tuesday. Brent crude was almost flat at $61.59 a barrel amid signs that U.S.-China trade differences might temper in November and on expectations for a draw in the U.S. refined product inventories. In the meantime, predictions of a rise in the U.S. crude stocks and Russia’s reserved outlook for a potential crude output extension by OPEC+ pushed WTI futures 0.5% lower at $55.54 a barrel.

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Daily (29.10.2019): The German spot power price skyrocketed by nearly 140% on Monday amid low wind and strong demand due to a cold spell

Oil prices lost momentum on Monday, as traders expected a rise in the U.S. crude inventories. Moreover, the outlook for the global crude demand dimmed further because of pessimistic industrial data in China, weighing on the market sentiment. Consequently, Brent crude inched down by 0.7% to $61.57 a barrel, while WTI futures dropped by 1.5% to $55.81 a barrel.

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Daily (28.10.2019): NBP spot gas price jumped by over 8% on Friday on forecasts for colder weather

Oil prices were bullish on Friday following an unpredicted fall in U.S crude inventories. Brent crude gained 0.6% to close at $62.02 a barrel. WTI futures added 0.8% to end at $56.66 a barrel.

read more... 28/10/2019


Daily (25.10.2019): Carbon prices surged by around 2.8% on Thursday amid a firmer energy complex ahead of the key Brexit vote

Crude oil prices continued to rise on Thursday after a surprise fall in the U.S. crude stockpiles last week. Hopes for deeper supply cuts from OPEC also supported prices. However, persistent crude demand worries reduced gains. Consequently, Brent crude traded 0.8% higher at 61.67 USD/bbl. At the same time, WTI futures edged up by 0.5% at 56.23 USD/bbl.

read more... 25/10/2019


Daily (24.10.2019): EU carbon prices plunged by 3.5% on Wednesday, amidst Brexit concerns and a bearish energy market

Crude oil prices extended gains on Wednesday, following a drop in U.S. crude inventories and due to OPEC’s intention to deepen supply cuts. However, slowing global demand might limit the rise. Hence, Brent crude surged by 2.5% to 61.17 a barrel, while WTI futures climbed by 2.7% to end at $55.97 a barrel.

read more... 24/10/2019