Crude oil prices continued to drop as risk aversion continues to be the dominant market sentiment. While prices peaked yesterday at 77.28, they have since fallen to their current level of 75.60. Investors continued doubts in the effectiveness of the Greek bailout package were largely responsible for the decrease in price of crude. Today, traders can expect prices to go down further as analysts are predicting an increase in U.S. crude supplies. Typically, an increase in inventories leads to a decrease in prices, as it is taken as an indication that demand is not particularly high.