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Both WTI and Brent crude futures gave up early gains to trade lower in the NYMEX close. The weekly DoE crude oil inventories numbers proved bullish, prompting a decent recovery from lows for the energy complex: headline inventories saw a draw of near 10mln bbls, but a build in gasoline stocks and a decent rally in the greenback countered any oil strength.
Gold and silver both traded lower on the day following the over-riding USD strength. Precious metals failed to garner any form of safe haven bid despite soft equities stateside, as the S&P500 opened a decent gap with the all time highs printed earlier in the week.