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Brent Oil Futures - Jun 15 (LCOM5)

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63.71 -0.27    (-0.42%)
17/04 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 63.98
  • Open: 63.83
  • Day's Range: 62.96 - 64.48
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Brent Oil 63.71 -0.27 (-0.42%)
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Prev. Close63.98
MonthJun 15
Tick Size0.01
Contract Size1,000 Barrels
Tick Value10
Day's Range62.96 - 64.48
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolB
52 wk Range47.68 - 115.71
Last Trading Day05/14/2015
1-Year Return-41.83%

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Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung Apr 16, 2015 01:18PM GMT
http://uk.reuters.com/news/archive/oilRpt?date=today. . Just came out on Reuters.
Marietta Gaa Ostrander
Marietta Gaa Ostrander Apr 17, 2015 09:12AM GMT
Saudis raised output in 30 days what took the US 3 years. And OPEC states are wide open. If we take our off and their 5 dollar oil is on why pay more than 10.00?.
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung Apr 17, 2015 10:02AM GMT
I don't quite understand your input. Are you saying why pay more for the Brent Crude than 10 dollars, since Saudi produce at a cost of 5 dollars? Are you by that implying that oil price might fall to 10 dollars? Maybe I have just misunderstood you.

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung Apr 16, 2015 11:39AM GMT
I read a great piece that historically when prices had a large drop, end of April till mid June was a bearish period. I also read US refinery has hit 92% of its capacity, which normally happens in July, which means demand for gasoline and other products has increased earlier than normal, so what may happen is that we still see higher prices throughout April before we go into bear. Saudi see better demand for its oil than its rivals. Mainly Asian refineries buy alot of the Saudi oil.
Steve Thomas
Steve Thomas Apr 16, 2015 01:41PM GMT
The North American oil refiners have had considerable success in disconnecting the prices of refined products from the price of crude by restricting refinery capacity and therefore the supply of refined products. To the extent that they have been successful they have also made the demand side of the market less elastic and less sensitive to lower crude prices. If we are going to see more than incremental change in consumption, adjusted for seasonal variations, then I think it will come from the so called developing economies where the real economic growth is happening. Trouble is that we don't get much reporting on the signals affecting those markets.

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung Apr 16, 2015 06:26AM GMT
I don't want to jinx this bullish trend, but I believe we may see prices between 68 to 70 dollars in near time. However if there is no production agreement between larger producers we'll probably see lower prices in May, June. I say around 50 - 52 dollars, maybe even lower.
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