Brent Oil Futures - Apr 16 (LCOJ6)

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34.13 -0.33    -0.96%
05/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 34.46
  • Open: 34.39
  • Day's Range: 33.81 - 35.12
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Prev. Close34.46
MonthApr 16
Tick Size0.01
Contract Size1,000 Barrels
Tick Value10
Day's Range33.81 - 35.12
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolB
52 wk Range27.1 - 69.63
Last Trading Day02/29/2016
1-Year Return - 40.95%
Point Value1 = $1000

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Burçkaan Gürgün
Burçkaan Gürgün Feb 05, 2016 1:13PM GMT
Oil prices should not rise to the levels that could cripple the economy, sky should not be the limit; also taxing needs to be worldwide to maintain the ecosystem and support the growth of alternatives for the post oil era. For this, supply needs to find scientific ways to adjust to demand volumes, and shrinkage of demand does not necessarily mean shrinkage of income, True price of oil needs to be based on the current reserves.
Burçkaan Gürgün
Burçkaan Gürgün Feb 05, 2016 1:12PM GMT
I believe not only US but oil producing countries such as China, Russia even Iran need to tax their oil consumption, in the same levels as the rest of the world and use the funds for the ecosystem. May be it will be possible to see Tehran with less traffic and air pollution, come on Iran you also produce a lot of natural gas; it should be possible to to breath clean air in your cities, China! think of Beijing; clean air anybody?
Mehdi Banazadeh
Mehdi Banazadeh Feb 05, 2016 2:55PM GMT
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov Feb 05, 2016 3:06PM GMT
@Burçkaan you probably don't know. BUT Russia has already had the Tax for Oil. And the Tax is much more than $10 per barrel.
Burçkaan Gürgün
Burçkaan Gürgün Feb 05, 2016 4:28PM GMT
@Ivan Chelovekov -My only visit to Moscow must have happened more than 6 years ago, I must have been left behind, but you get my point right? Also despite the cold air, air was extremely breathable during my visit.
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov Feb 05, 2016 5:30PM GMT
@Burçkaan Yeah. I do agree with you! People should be more responsible.
Burçkaan Gürgün
Burçkaan Gürgün Feb 05, 2016 1:11PM GMT
True price of oil can not be set solely by production limits, I support Obama in adding tax to oil consumed. We all need to pay this tax to maintain a healthy ecosystem, this planet is our home, here in Istanbul, in this part of the planet, we probably pay the highest tax on oil, I believe the game field needs to be more balanced, hence markets can grow heterogeneously through the planet.
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov Feb 05, 2016 3:11PM GMT
@Burçkaan Here in Russia taxes are the 80% of gasoline price. Most public transportation are fueled by electricity. Electricity is used for 40+ years.
Burçkaan Gürgün
Burçkaan Gürgün Feb 05, 2016 4:30PM GMT
@Ivan Chelovekov -that is the smart way, keep the air clean!
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