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Archived Summaries

Friday 12 October  2018
Market Open
The energy markets have all switched direction this morning with crude oil, UK gas and power all trading higher. Brent crude for December delivery traded

below $80 a barrel briefly yesterday before settling at $80.24, but overnight trading in Asian markets has seen the global benchmark add 65 cents a barrel as stock markets there recover from sharp losses over recent weeks. Gas futures on the NBP have added up to a penny in early trading as sterling slips after hopes of a Brexit deal had supported the pound this week. UK gas demand is pitched at 178MCM for today and supplies are long by 9MCM, but prompt prices have yet to react.

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Market Update

  • Monday 18 February 2019:Crude oil gained for a fourth consecutive day on Friday with Brent crude gaining $1.68 to settle at $66.25, up $4.74 a barrel, or 7.7%, over the 4 days

  • Thursday 21 February 2019:WTI gained for a sixth straight session and settled at a 3-month high of $57.15 a barrel while Brent crude gained 63 cents to settle at $67.08

  • Thursday 21 February 2019:Movement on the prompt gas market was limited to less than 0.50p on spot and day ahead contracts, although the week ahead gained 0.65p to align more closely with the front month contract on Wednesday

  • Thursday 21 February 2019:UK gas futures recorded more significant gains despite a further strengthening of the pound sterling with the front month up by 1.09p while the Summer 19 contracts gained 0.97p day-on-day

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