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Brent Oil Futures - Jul 15 (LCON5)

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61.88 -0.18    -0.30%
18:09:32 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 62.06
  • Open: 62.32
  • Day's Range: 61.30 - 62.82
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Brent Oil 61.88 -0.18 -0.30%
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Bear Boy
Bear Boy May 28, 2015 04:55PM GMT
Why is the chart so volatile?
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 28, 2015 05:17PM GMT
I guess Opec meeting is weighing on the oilprice. Dollarindex is going down. It's a waiting game. Remember one thing Opec gulfstates can't be trusted. These are the Opec countries: Algeria. Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates,. Venezuela. To cut or remain production levels there has to be a majority voting for either decision. Ok, so Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Libya, Nigeria, Venezuela wants to cut production. Qatar, Iran wants production cuts, as well as Bahrain. Iraq would prefer less oil on the market just as Saudi Arabia, but they demand non-Opec to cut production accordingly to an agreement between non-Opec and Opec. Venezuela and Russia is cooking something together just before the Opec meeting. What it is might be a surprise for all of us. Be patient is my advice.
Bear Boy
Bear Boy May 28, 2015 05:55PM GMT
So if Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Libya, Nigeria, Venezuela wants so cut. Which Qatar, Iran and Bahrain also wants. Isn't that majority? Or are Saudi and United Arab Emirates more powerful?
Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 28, 2015 06:07PM GMT
Saudi seems to have the majority vote at these meetings. However lets see what Russia and Venezuela is cooking. If Venezuela can present a deal with non-Opec at the Opec meeting we will probably see cuts.

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 28, 2015 04:41PM GMT
I would like to take a minute talking about Iraq and Kurdistan. For a decade Bagdad and Erbil has fought over oilpayments from the budget. The split is 83% Bagdad 17% Kurdistan from oil revenues. In August ISIL took over Kirkuk, a couple of weeks later Peshmerga took over Kirkuk(Kurdish army). In december Bagdad and Erbil made an agreement of a certain number of oil output where the oil from Kirkuk would be included in the deal. Later Bagdad said Kirkuk oil won't be part of the deal plus Kurdistan didn't get the 17% during the first quarter. The budget for Iraq after revision was based on Brent 60 dollars from 70 dollars. With that deficit number were rather large. With the war even worse plus Iraq has lost great number in sales due to close down of refineries. Then next problem is the crude coming out of Basra, which is a low quality oil and is sold with great discount. IOCs are quite disturbed with not being paid, so are the investors. Will Iraq flood the market with oil? BS!!!

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 28, 2015 03:35PM GMT
63,50 til tomorrow start and 65 til afternoon, that's my guess.
Alex Vu
Alex Vu May 28, 2015 03:43PM GMT
Brent Oil Chart: 62.33 by Alex Vu
Brent Oil Chart: 62.33 by Alex Vu
Pretty accurate :)
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