Crude oil is trading near its multi-year low on Wednesday after experiencing large overnight losses.
Natural gas futures fluctuated between small gains and minimal losses during early U.S. trading hours on Tuesday morning.
Crude oil prices continued to tumble on Tuesday, falling to their lowest levels since November 2012.
Crude oil extended it’s bearish fall on Friday as global output continues its expansion.
Crude oil dropped to a new low today, an extension of the recent sell offs for the commodity.
Despite its small gain to begin the week, crude oil prices fell again on Tuesday.
Oil futures rebounded slightly following a pause in the U.S. dollar’s rally.
Oil prices sustained heavy losses, with many analysts pointing to the favorable U.S. jobs report and a strong dollar as the main culprits for the pressure on crude oil.
Ethanol prices have plummeted due to weak domestic demand and a glut in supply.
Crude oil futures dropped below $90 on Thursday, the first time it has gone below that mark since April 2013.