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Brent Oil Futures - Jan 15 (LCOF5)

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72.00 -0.58    (-0.81%)
8:28:57 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 72.58
  • Open: 72.59
  • Day's Range: 71.15 - 72.66
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Brent Oil Historical Data

Time Frame:
10/29/2014 - 11/28/2014
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Nov 28, 2014 72.06 72.58 72.66 71.14 - -0.72%
Nov 27, 2014 72.58 77.40 77.46 71.25 244.65K -6.65%
Nov 26, 2014 77.75 78.28 78.86 77.30 202.19K -0.74%
Nov 25, 2014 78.33 79.45 80.44 78.05 256.83K -1.69%
Nov 24, 2014 79.68 80.50 80.85 79.40 151.15K -0.95%
Nov 23, 2014 80.44 80.53 80.69 80.31 - 0.11%
Nov 21, 2014 80.36 79.95 81.61 79.07 264.61K 1.30%
Nov 20, 2014 79.33 78.16 79.95 77.56 206.38K 1.57%
Nov 19, 2014 78.10 78.41 79.45 78.04 247.15K -0.47%
Nov 18, 2014 78.47 79.01 79.95 78.21 209.55K -1.06%
Nov 17, 2014 79.31 79.50 79.60 77.94 189.08K -0.10%
Nov 16, 2014 79.39 79.57 79.60 79.38 - -0.03%
Nov 14, 2014 79.41 77.67 79.75 76.76 267.61K 2.48%
Nov 13, 2014 77.49 80.72 81.01 77.29 347.46K -4.47%
Nov 12, 2014 81.12 82.00 82.40 80.50 269.32K -1.54%
Nov 11, 2014 82.39 82.68 83.01 81.27 273.89K -0.68%
Nov 10, 2014 82.95 84.00 85.50 82.50 191.49K -1.21%
Nov 07, 2014 83.97 83.29 84.40 82.80 147.13K 0.61%
Nov 06, 2014 83.46 83.65 83.80 82.63 150.90K -0.07%
Nov 05, 2014 83.52 83.36 84.99 82.20 214.17K 0.17%
Nov 04, 2014 83.38 84.73 84.95 82.67 168.32K -2.25%
Nov 03, 2014 85.30 86.31 86.90 84.54 125.25K -0.65%
Oct 31, 2014 85.86 86.02 86.25 84.60 225.37K -0.44%
Oct 30, 2014 86.24 86.93 87.10 85.71 191.86K -1.01%
Oct 29, 2014 87.12 86.10 87.94 86.06 243.75K 1.27%
Oct 28, 2014 86.03 85.50 86.38 85.08 198.83K 0.23%
Highest: 87.94 Lowest: 71.14 Difference: 16.80 Average: 80.92 Change %: -16.05

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Latest Brent Oil Comments

G. Bartsch
G. Bartsch Nov 28, 2014 04:10AM GMT
Recently Brent has formed three flags and dropped through each one: http://screenpresso.com/=9NLsg Will it form another flag here?

Arien Kasidie
Arien Kasidie Nov 27, 2014 04:19PM GMT
i wonder if this will reach $75 again tomorrow or will fall further ....
Abdelfattah Alkahla
Abdelfattah Alkahla Nov 27, 2014 07:20PM GMT
will fall further till reach @60.
Arien Kasidie
Arien Kasidie Nov 28, 2014 12:44AM GMT
No, not that bad , come on ...
Arien Kasidie
Arien Kasidie Nov 28, 2014 12:53AM GMT
But Honestly, I'm afraid you might be right :( ...

Vladimir  Makarov
Vladimir Makarov Nov 27, 2014 04:18PM GMT
Now two ways: Either there are conspiracy and the United States and Saudi Arabia want to strangle the economy of Russia, or in order to stifle the shale gas revolution in the United States. Your opinion?
Ulysses Lim
Ulysses Lim Nov 28, 2014 12:00AM GMT
It's no conspiracy. It's the market forces balancing out. All prices eventually regress to the mean. For many years, oil was priced well below $30/barrell, then we had a 4-5 year period of frequent prices above $100, which created opportunity for more investment into drilling technology, hence the increase in supply. It's out of OPEC's hands. If prices remain above $70-$75, the U.S. companies can continue increasing production. A rebound in prices will depend on how quickly these companies go bankrupt--i.e., default on their loans--due to a fall-off in their revenue as a result of lower oil prices. The magic number could be $60, it might be $50. Nobody is going to volunteer to stop producing oil as these oil projects are very expensive to start-up to begin with, they have to keep drilling until the lights go out. They will have to get margined out the same way oil traders get margin calls. Expect increased M&A activity among the energy producers to wether lower oil prices.
Jagjit Sidhoo
Jagjit Sidhoo Nov 28, 2014 04:15AM GMT
Good analysis hope it stays down for a long time
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