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As part of the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) Energy and Financial Markets Initiative, the EIA is moving beyond its traditional coverage of the physical fundamentals of global oil markets to understand global energy prices moments. In addition to assessing factors such as energy consumption, production, inventories, spare production capacity, and geopolitical risks, EIA will now examine other influences, such as futures market trading activity, commodity investment, exchange rates, and equity markets.

Today's Viz of the Day describes seven key factors that could influence oil markets. The analysis explores possible linkages between each factor and oil prices and includes regularly-updated graphs that depict aspects of those relationships.

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