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Sr. Market Analyst at The PRICE Futures Group

Phil Flynn is writer of The Energy Report, a daily market commentary discussing oil, the Middle East, American government, economics, and their effects on the world's energies markets, as well as other commodity markets. 


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Energy Report: The Weight Of The World
While a selloff around Memorial Day is kind of a tradition, it was not until we saw bearish oil inventories and a reduction of risk from Iran that it became clear we would break out to the downside of the recent range.
Keep Collusion Alive
The EIA reported that total motor gasoline inventories increased by 3.7 million barrels last week and are at the five-year average for this time of year.
Murky Outlook
The outlook in the short term for oil looks a bit murkier this morning.
June Boom
Oil, shaking off fears of a trade war and slowing demand talk, will have to face the fact of tightening global oil supply.
Crazy The Course
The oil market is once again trying to balance the risks to supply versus the risks to demand.
The Saudis Strike Back
Oil prices got another jolt to the upside after reports that a Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen carried out several air strikes on the Houthi-held capital Sanaa yesterday.
High Risk All Around
The risks are not going away. Oil prices shook off a bearish Energy Information Administration supply report to again price in the most significant risk to global oil supply in some time.
Crude Risks And Conundrums
Oil prices may be down on a big build in supply but the overall risk to supply is higher than it has been in years.
Risk At New Level
Even as the oil market eased off the reports that four Saudi oil vessels were attacked because of U.S.-China trade turmoil, another attack on oil will impact supply and could cause a major oil supply disruption.
Oil prices ignored trade war fears and instead focused on increasing risks to supply.
Tweets And Tariffs
Oil prices were battered amid tweets and tariffs and a lot of crazy tariff misconceptions.
It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad World
The EIA reported a long-awaited 3.963-million-barrel drawdown in crude supply. This is very bullish because it came as refinery utilization fell -0.3 ppt vs est. +0.5 ppt.
Stand Tall
Oil is trying to stand tall against the onslaught of trade war fears and a report that showed oil supply rising.
Blood On The Backtracks
Oil backtracked after the U.S. said China backtracked on previous trade commitments causing global markets to stop and drop in their tracks.
Tweet Street From Donald Trump
You can’t beat the impact of a Presidential tweet.
Swimming Upstream
Oil bulls are swimming upstream and against the big build upstream in the Gulf Coast.
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