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Brent Oil Futures - Jul 15 (LCON5)

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65.06 -0.47    -0.71%
9:39:38 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 65.52
  • Open: 65.66
  • Day's Range: 64.86 - 65.72
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Brent Oil 65.06 -0.47 -0.71%
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Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 26, 2015 06:51AM GMT
Dollarindex towards 100? Analysts say if it hits 120, then oilprice will dip to 50 dollar(Don't know if they refer to WTI though).
Alex Vu
Alex Vu May 26, 2015 06:57AM GMT
98 then down again... let see what happens with euro zone as well
Alex Vu
Alex Vu May 26, 2015 07:04AM GMT
i still hope for that 62 :) then bulls... i dont belive the usd hype at the moment
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 26, 2015 07:08AM GMT
Me too buddy!
Alex Vu
Alex Vu May 26, 2015 07:11AM GMT
if ithe index breaks 100 i keep my fingers away from oil
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 26, 2015 07:21AM GMT
For now you mean. If we can find the right level for bulls today or tomorrow then after crude inventories we could make a good profit on Thursday - Friday.
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Al Behairi  Heisha
Al Behairi Heisha May 25, 2015 07:30PM GMT
Buy BRENT 'n Target 66.00 upper circuit.
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 25, 2015 08:17PM GMT
long or short positions?
Al Behairi  Heisha
Al Behairi Heisha May 25, 2015 08:44PM GMT
long position
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 26, 2015 02:00AM GMT
I say wait on longs til it hits between 62-64. Oil has been going down 7% since mid May in a sideway fashion. Every week 1 dollar lower. At these prices rigs are coming back, which means more oil on the market, so I believe soon oil will experience a bigger fall.

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 25, 2015 04:41PM GMT
I have been thinking over the weekend whether Opec will cut production or not 5th of June. My bet is that they won't. Saudi Arabia has lost oilsales to US for some time now. Ok, last year in April US import of Saudi oil was 1607 thousand barrels per day, but to compare that with May 2003 - 2305 thousand barrels per day then it's a substantial lost. However today US imports of Saudi oil is 945 thousand barrels per day, so I believe Saudi and the rest of Opec want to continue targeting US Shale Industry and also hope for a greater decrease of the stockpiles until Saudi again increase exports to US and claim the market share in Asia. Therefor I believe the oilprice needs to go down to somewhere between 45 to 55 again to really make US Shale producers to stop production. Right now we're seeing rigs coming back to live and Saudi Arabia don't want that, because that means US buy oil from their own producers and that won't make US to import more Saudi crude.. . That's my analysis of 5th of June
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 25, 2015 05:47PM GMT
Thank you Bear Boy. I try my best. I'm a real oilgeek :). Sorry for not responding in Swedish.
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 25, 2015 06:06PM GMT
Seems to me the oilprice is supported by the dollar strenght and the geopolitical situation in Mid East. I don't see right now how the growing demand can be a reason for oil to strenghten. My guess is soon a substantial plunge. However between today to 5th of June oil will remain volatile, up and down...
Ulf Svensson
Ulf Svensson May 25, 2015 06:06PM GMT
Yes, thankyou for charing, I learn a lot.. Best regards. Uffe. .
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