¬†Crude oil and product futures were mixed in mid-morning trading Wednesday in the wake of US Energy Information Administration data showing US crude supply grew sharply last week. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Total US commercial crude stocks added 7.98 million barrels during the week ended September 28, EIA said, far exceeding analyst expectations of a 2.76 million-barrel build. The impact of the stock build on crude prices was immediate but brief. Crude futures, which were already trading lower, dropped even further following the release but later recovered to trade in positive territory. NYMEX November WTI was 6 cents higher at $75.29/b and ICE December Brent was up 21 cents at $85.01/b. At 1425 GMT, prior to the EIA release, NYMEX November WTI was down 29 cents at $74.94/b and ICE December Brent was down 12 cents at $84.68/b. […]