Crude has traded around $95.40 in the aftermath. That's a surprising draw but the implied demand numbers continue to run soft, which is very strange given that we're in the summer driving season. There was a bounce in gasoline demand this week but not quite as strong as the bulls would hope given how poor the past two weeks were and how gasoline prices have fallen.
Another notable details is that US crude oil exports hit a record 4.55 million barrels per day (h/t @priapusIQ). With the brent-WTI spread at nearly $10, that will remain high.