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  • WTI Jun22 options expire at the close at 14:30EST today. The crude rally yesterday has taken the market away from the biggest nearby exposure at 110$/bbl. There are no really big open positions nearby to the current market but the 115$/bbl strike still has just over 3.5k of open call positions.
  • The latest weekly API oil inventory data is due for release after the close today at 16:30 EST ahead of the EIA data tomorrow. The current expectation is that crude stocks will build again this week and product inventories will draw giving more support to the US gasoline rally.

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  • WTI Jun22 options expire at the close at 14:30EST today. The crude rally yesterday has taken the market away from the biggest nearby exposure at 110$/bbl. There are no really big open positions nearby to the current market but the 115$/bbl strike still has just over 3.5k of open call positions.
  • The latest weekly API oil inventory data is due for release after the close today at 16:30 EST ahead of the EIA data tomorrow. The current expectation is that crude stocks will build again this week and product inventories will draw giving more support to the US gasoline rally.

Release

Keep reading...Show less