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Brent Oil Futures - Nov 14 (LCOX4)

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92.88 -1.28    (-1.36%)
14:28:45 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 94.16
  • Open: 94.27
  • Day's Range: 91.60 - 94.37
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Jagjit Sidhoo
Jagjit Sidhoo Oct 02, 2014 02:21PM GMT
Still looks far away support is at 87.44

lexxemburg .
lexxemburg . Oct 01, 2014 05:39PM GMT
wtf is going on? there are bulls here?
Ulysses Lim
Ulysses Lim Oct 01, 2014 05:56PM GMT
Yes, but even with the inventory report we can't seem to stay up because now the stock market is crashing today. It's all about the Dollar index boys and girls! Can't fight the trend. Money is leaving the oil trade..

Ulysses Lim
Ulysses Lim Oct 01, 2014 05:14PM GMT
LASTEST EIA Data show we are exporting a lot of petrol product. This is bullish for WTI and bearish for Brent. Now I see why the spread is just $3 today. The refineries must be aware of the increased exports.
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