Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Oil Falls the Most in Three Months After Unexpected Supply Gain

Crude oil fell the most in three months after a government report showed an unexpected gain in U.S. inventories as imports jumped and refiners reduced operating rates. Stockpiles surged 5.15 million barrels to 347.8 million in the week ended July 24, the Energy Department said. It was the biggest weekly increase since April. Supplies were forecast to decline by 1.5 million barrels, according to the median of analyst estimates in a Bloomberg News survey. “The main problem with this market is the fact that there’s too much oil out there,” said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy & Economic Research, in Winchester, Massachusetts. “We may test $60 before the week is over as these numbers are absorbed".....Complete Story

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