Possible ceasefire and inflation data send crude oil prices down by more than $1 a barrel

Crude oil prices took a more than $1 a barrel plunge during Monday’s trading as Israel ceasefire talks grew in Cairo and at the same time, U.S. inflation data deflated hopes for any imminent interest rate cuts.
West Texas Intermediate crude, the U.S. benchmark, dropped $1.22 or 1.5% per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
The global benchmark, Brent crude, dropped $1.10 or 1.2% for June futures, and settled at $88.40 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe. Brent’s more active July contract lost $1.01 a barrel to close at $87.20.
June natural gas rose 11 cents to $2.03 per 1,000 cubic feet.
Another mixed day of trading for Oklahoma energy stocks. While Mammoth Energy Services dropped more than 2%, NGL Energy Partners gained about 3%.
Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
22.21 USD+1.06 
Canoo Inc
2.82 USD+0.050 
Chesapeake Energy Corp
92.96 USD+0.90 
Coterra Energy Inc
28.39 USD+0.11 
Devon Energy Corp
53.08 USD+0.37 
Empire Petroleum Corp
5.00 USD+0.040 
Gulfport Energy Corp
164.76 USD+1.59 
Helmerich and Payne Inc
40.82 USD+0.43 
LSB Industries Inc
8.22 USD+0.010 
Mach Natural Resources LP
20.96 USD+0.28 
Mammoth Energy Services Inc
3.24 USD−0.070 
Matrix Service Co
11.36 USD−0.17 
NGL Energy Partners LP
5.90 USD+0.14 
OGE Energy Corp
34.62 USD+0.81 
ONE Gas Inc
64.62 USD+0.67 
81.42 USD+0.35 
Ovintiv Inc
53.51 USD+0.26 
PHX Minerals Inc
3.42 USD+0.020 
SandRidge Energy Inc
14.19 USD−0.36 
Southwestern Energy Co
7.75 USD+0.040 
Unit Corp
38.47 USD−0.53 
Vital Energy Inc
55.73 USD+0.54 
Williams Companies Inc
39.21 USD−0.050