Following is the text of U.S. non- manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
West Texas Intermediate oil swung between gains and losses after the biggest advance in two weeks as U.S. crude stockpiles unexpectedly fell and manufacturing accelerated in China.
West Texas Intermediate declined after its biggest advance in two weeks as Euro-area services and manufacturing contracted and Cyprus’s president worked on a new plan to secure a financial bailout from the euro area.
Following is the text of U.S. non-manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
Canadian natural gas fell amid speculation that warmer-than-normal weather in the U.S. led to a second-straight weekly increase in inventories.
Natural gas futures jumped to the highest price in more than three months after a government report showed a smaller-than-forecast stockpile increase.
Natural gas futures fell the most in 19 months, following declines in commodity markets, on a bigger- than-forecast U.S. inventories gain and concern that economic growth will ease.