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“late-season cooling demand”

Platts, September 18, 2017

“This boost to the market is attracting fresh speculative length,”

Reuters, September 15, 2017

“The market seems to be recognizing that this is a hurricane-altered report, and is waiting to see once we get through this hurricane period,”

Reuters, September 13, 2017

“an advantage to be gained from the impact on refineries, but when it turned out it was going to be very short-lived, they made their way to the exits,”

Bloomberg, September 11, 2017

“After the hurricane rolled through, we didn’t get lots of alarms that refineries were damaged,”

Fox Business, September 07, 2017

“The market has turned in reverse pretty sharply,”

Reuters, August 31, 2017

“The trickle being offloaded from the 679 million-barrel reserve isn’t yet large enough to affect prices in the broader market, “

Bloomberg, August 31, 2017

Wednesday’s inventory report “points to a fairly healthy picture still,”

Bloomberg, August 31, 2017

“Because that demand is gone that’s where the selling pressure in the market is coming from,”

Reuters, August 29, 2017

“Part of this is the fear driven about what could happen to the refining area,”

Investors , August 25, 2017

“There are worries about the effect of Harvey,”

Reuters, August 24, 2017

“Today some of the pressure in the market might be attributed to the strength in the dollar,”

Fox Business , August 24, 2017

“The market was also eyeing a tropical depression”,

Reuters, August 23, 2017

“The inability of the market to really push through $50 suggests that the buyers don’t have confidence to continue to try to build positions above that level because of the uncertainty about our fundamental picture right now,”

Bloomberg, August 21, 2017

“there are expectations that the storage build for the week ended August 18 will be below the five-year-average.”

Platts, August 21, 2017

“The main question is whether we will continue to see the kind of inventory draws that may show the supply-demand balance is tightening over the next few weeks,”

Reuters, August 18, 2017

“took the wind out of the sails” of the bullish data,

Fox Business, August 17, 2017

“I would describe this as a bullish report and probably the effect would be we’re going to keep ourselves pinned here waiting for the next signal,”

Reuters, August 16, 2017

“As long as we continue to see declining inventories the more we’ll continue to think the OPEC-led cuts are tightening the supply-demand balance,”

Reuters, August 11, 2017

“It got right up to the resistance line and it seems like the market didn’t attract any new buying,”

Fox Business, August 10, 2017

“sign that there is at least part of the trading community that is thinking that this is going to continue.”

Bloomberg, August 07, 2017

“To really push above $50, we need to see signs that this isn’t seasonal strength in the market,”

Washington Post, August 04, 2017

“The market needs continuing signs of improvement in the inventory picture to really drive the prices higher,”

Nasdaq, August 03, 2017

“The rally we’ve seen is showing some signs right now that it’s kind of running it’s course,”

Fox Business, August 03, 2017

“At these levels we do need a steady pattern of bullish news to push prices higher,”

Reuters, July 31, 2017
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