After the Bell
Before the Bell
Jim Cramer's Daily Booyah
Winners & Losers
As investors waited for reports on the amount of crude inventories in the U.S. and a potential Middle East production freeze, volatility returned to the crude oil futures market.
Crude oil prices rose this week as production has been disrupted globally, boosting a surge of interest from investors as futures prices tend to surpass the stocks of energy companies.
Massive wildfires ripping through Canada's oil sands and a new report showing a drop in U.S. crude inventory sent crude prices and stocks soaring. But don't expect it to last.
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