Crude Oil trades at $80.94 per barrel, after ending yesterday at $80.83.
United States Building Permits (Mar) is next.
This uncertain state for WTI crude oil is reflected by published market data as United States TIC Net Long-Term Transactions (Feb) released yesterday at 20:00 UTC with a figure of 71 billion, while the previous figure was 31.9 billion. United States NY Empire State Manufacturing Index (Apr) came out at 10.8, while a consensus of analysts was expecting -18.
Meanwhile, mixed performances are seen in other Energy as Heating Oil trades with no major change, around $2.62. Brent Crude Oil moves 0.18% to trade around $84.91.
Furthermore, the market is looking at projections for United States Crude Oil Inventories are set for a continuation of decline with -2.46 million while previous data was 597,000; data will be released tomorrow at 14:30 UTC. United States Building Permits (Mar) is expected today at 12:30 UTC.
WTI crude oil has fallen back around 33.79% over the past 10 months, from a notable high of $122.09.