crude oil

Tuesday's API report was bullish across the board. Total crude oil stocks increased marginally coming in less than the range of projections by the industry.
The massive draw came even after U.S. oil production climbed to 8.16 million barrels a day last week, the highest level since July 1988.
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“The focus of the market has been economic strength,” said Carl Larry, president of Oil Outlooks & Opinions LLC in Houston. “We’ve been seeing strong fuel demand and can expect it to increase further.”
West Texas Intermediate traded near the highest price since October after data showed U.S. inventories declined for a second week.
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West Texas Intermediate rose for a second day amid speculation U.S. fuel supplies declined.
West Texas Intermediate crude headed for a sixth weekly decline, the longest in 15 years, on rising supplies.