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Why BP, Exxon Mobil And Shell Shares Are All Rising Today

Stock Markets Sep 28, 2022 21:41
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BP plc (NYSE: LON:BP), Exxon Mobil Corp (NYSE: NYSE:XOM) and Shell (LON:RDSa) PLC (NYSE: SHEL) shares are all trading higher going into the close of Wednesday's session. Shares of energy companies at large are trading higher as oil prices rise following a draw in crude inventories.

Crude oil inventories came in at a draw of 215K vs. the build of 443K that was expected. Cushing Crude oil inventories were a draw of 692K. Meanwhile, EIA Weekly distillate stocks were a draw of 2.892M vs. a draw of 69K expected.

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The broader market, including major indexes, are higher Wednesday as Treasury yields fall. The Bank of England also indicated it would buy government bonds in order to stabilize the pound.

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