By Paul Ploumis 10 Sep 2015 Last updated at 07:01:06 GMT
|NYMEX||Oct-15||43.1||43.6||44.15||45.2||46.2||Trading range 42.70-44.50|
|MCX||Sep-15||2932||2959||2989||3039||3083||Trading range 3040-2880|
• Crude oil prices fell yesterday due to global negative
• WTI for the October contract went down by almost 4%, registering at $44.15/ barrel, whereas Brent on the other hand went down almost equal to WTI for the same month contract registering it at $47.58/ barrel
Outlook: Crude prices are yesterday gone down as the global scenario for both Brent crude & WTI crude is on down side. As per the Bloomberg’s survey, crude stockpiles are expected to move up for the second consecutive week. Already last week’s pileup was the biggest since multi- months; consecutive pile-up in the same may pull down prices further. With the end of the summer driving season, demand for the products side has got stalled in the US, lowering down the profitability of the refiners. Thus, refiners went down for the seasonal maintenance, due to which crude stockpiles are expected to rise this time also. Products side demand remaining stable could tend consuming from the existing inventories. Talking of the Brent, same negativity continues in it, though world is having an eye on OPEC’s Doha meeting. Not much positive outcome is expected from the same, as they had earlier signaled not reducing their current levels till Brent doesn’t goes down below $45/ barrel. Iran’s nuke deal is also expected to get cleared by March, 2016, as the IAEA extends their deadline by 3 months.Prices today are expected to remain on downside, as we can witness the early morning negativity in WTI, which is down by almost a percent. As per EIA’s STEO report, the average price of WTI is expected move down by 40 cents then what they fixed it earlier.
|NYMEX||Oct-15||2.615||2.632||2.651||2.681||2.708||Sell at 2.6778-2.6780 TP 2.620 SL 2.710|
|MCX||Sep-15||174.8||175.8||176.9||178.8||180.6||Sell at 178.60-178.80 TP 175/173 SL 181|
• NG prices yesterday moved down more than 2% for the
October month contract at NYMEX
• On closing basis, NG registered itself at $2.651/ MMBTu
Outlook: NG prices went down yesterday as the inventory data is approaching. As per the Bloomberg’s survey, around 77 bcf NG is expected to inject this week, which was around 94 bcf last week. Though the injections are expected to move down but still the levels are too high if seen in accordance with consumption levels. As per the STEO report released by the DoE, the injection phase will close by end of October by which the inventories could run up to 3,840 bcf, which at present is around 3,193 bcf.
Courtesy :Karvy Commodities