Crude oil prices ended the week mixed cumulatively amid surging Covid-19 caseloads.
Crude oil prices drifted lower at the first trading session of the week.
Investor sentiment was positive as 36 stocks advanced against 10 decliners.
President Trump's recent improved health status lifted the morale of oil traders.
Oil traders are concerned about the blurred demand outlook in the short term.
Crude prices printed their third weekly loss in four at the end of its most recent trading session.
The economy continues to face severe dollar shortages due to lower oil receipts which continues to pressure the nation’s FX reserves.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate felly by 1.57%, to trade at 39.53/barrel, after gaining 4.9% yesterday.
BERGER led 17 Gainers as against 19 Losers topped by NEM at the end of today's session.
Tropical Storm Sally picked up its strength in the Gulf of Mexico, west of Florida yesterday.