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Brent Oil Futures - Aug 15 (LCOQ5)

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60.56 -1.51    -2.44%
03/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 62.07
  • Open: 61.83
  • Day's Range: 60.14 - 62.06
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WMS STARGAMES Jul 02, 2015 04:13PM GMT
Iran's Giant Super-Tanker Fleet Eyes Western Waters. . 02.07.2015 19:06:01 . . By Benoît Faucon. . TEHRAN--Iran's biggest oil shipping company has amassed the world's largest fleet of super tankers and is in talks to sail back into western waters should the Islamic Republic strike a nuclear deal, according to senior officials.. . NITC, the privatized Iranian shipping company, says it has 42 very large crude carriers, known as VLCCs, after buying 20 such China-built vessels in the past 2 1/2 years. It is the first time the company has disclosed the size of its VLCC fleet which it expanded as sanctions cut off access to

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Papuwa Paps Jul 02, 2015 10:07AM GMT
@Vishal: when are we seeing $70? I'm long now. . . I saw you calling Crude very bearish on the WTI forum. That wondered me a lot.
Vishal Pateliya
Vishal Pateliya Jul 02, 2015 09:52PM GMT
brent and wti both are bearish now as that my support level has been broken twice....so dont think it can go up now..it will resistance upside and move down to 55 for WTI and 58 for brent.

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Papuwa Paps Jul 02, 2015 08:57AM GMT
Hello guys, you still there? :)
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