NYMEX

Mother Nature Massacres Natural Gas Bulls

"It’s been kind of worst-case scenario for the bulls... Mother nature continues to be bearish, ultra-bearish... The utter lack of (heating) demand is, in my opinion, 99.9 percent of the natural-gas story."

Why Sub $50 Oil Is More Likely Than $70 Oil

Comparative inventory analysis suggests that the current ~$53 per barrel WTI oil price is at least $6 per barrel too high. Don’t hold your breath for $70 oil prices.

WTI, RBOB Prices Slide After Biggest Inventory Build Since October

WTI (and RBOB) prices slid lower into the NYMEX close ahead of API's report tonight that showed further major builds in crude and products. Crude saw inventories rise 5.83mm barrels last week - the most since the end of October and while Cushing saw its 4th weekly draw in a row, Gasoline and Distillates both saw major builds.

Oil Unsure As Huge Gasoline Inventory Build Offsets Crude Draw

Following last week's surge in crude and product inventories, API reported a much bigger than expected drawdown in crude inventories ( versus -1mm expectations). While this spiked WTO prices, they fell back amid massive builds in gasoline (9.75mm) and distillates.

COMEX, ICE Gold Vault Reports Both Overstate Eligible Gold Inventory

Both CME and ICE publish reports showing warehouse inventories of gold in two categories, Eligible gold and Registered gold. Most importantly, however, both reports are technically incorrect for the approved vaults that they have in common because neither Exchange report takes into account the Registered gold reported by the other Exchange.