If the Brent goes up, does the WTI go down? US WTI oil prices are pulling back due in part to a mountain of U.S. supply yet Egyptian concerns and peak oil concerns keep the Brent rocking. Rumors of the death of the Saudi King have been denied and the Saudis are denying the reports that their production has peaked. They are keeping uncertainty in the marketplace. Europe is more concerned about what the International Energy Agency said is significantly tightening supply. The oil market has been trading in some fascinating ranges! Some bullet points to ponder as I struggle with computer trouble.

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