What moved the Oil and Gas Futures markets higher today? Andrew Pawielski and I (Jace Jarboe) discussed the Saudi Arabian Production Cuts, US Sanctions on Venezuela, & more in our monthly Inside Oil & Gas Futures Webinar Series. Watch the recast from today’s event below.
I discuss the current market fundamentals including:
- Saudi Arabian Production Cuts
- US Oil Sanctions on Venezuela
- Upcoming Deadline for the US/China Trade Agreement
Due to data delays resulting from the government shutdown, we did not review the Commitment of Traders report today. In addition, I review the most recent EIA Inventory Data figures and examine a recent report released illustrating the change in US Energy Exports.
Andrew discussed this recent technical setups including:
- Weekly TPO Volume Charts on March Crude Oil
- TAS Profile Scanner of the Energy Sector
- Screenshots of live Crude Oil Trades Offered in the MDA Premium Room.
Andrew also presented several seasonal energy futures spreads that we are recommending or considering for the month ahead.
Are you interested in how the Oil & Gas Futures markets are impacted by these topics? Would you see value in what we offer to clients in real-time today? If you answered yes, then check out today’s webinar or sign up to attend a future event. Or, you are always welcome to call us directly to discuss these markets.
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