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Brent Oil Futures - Oct 16 (LCOV6)

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49.69 +0.02    +0.04%
26/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 49.67
  • Open: 49.67
  • Day's Range: 49.12 - 50.75
Brent Oil 49.69 +0.02 +0.04%
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Brent Oil News

Oil lower as production freeze hopes fade   By Investing.com - Aug 26, 2016

Investing.com – Oil was lower Friday as oversupply concerns prevailed ahead of the latest U.S. rig count data.U.S. crude was down 15 cents, or 0.32%, at $47.18 at 06:45 ET, while Brent crude ...

Top 5 Things to Know In the Market on Friday By Investing.com - Aug 26, 2016

Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Friday, August 26: 1. Yellen watched for hints on Fed move Markets looked ahead to the widely-anticipated speech from Federal ...

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rodolfo visser
rodolfo visser 7 hours ago
they may lie to many people for a short time or to few for long time. - Bankers cannot create growth, the may accommodate it - Bubble do burst sooner or later. small trader as we are may only flex to strong wind like bamboo. Knowing it is a bubble in it maturing stage only serve to maximize profit when times come. Before just flex Can not beat them ? align. Stay alert to wind changes Happy weekend
Vince Cheong
Vince Cheong 9 hours ago
Sometime its good to have a clear mind when you trade...no bias in long or short...when it comes to investment, we can't be too emotional. Happy weekend everyone, relax your mind and body to the fullest.
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 18 hours ago
what happend today was correlated with DX more or less we had similar movments on many things... usually when data does not work central banksters put up a show and make some talk... us economy and cheap oil,- 20000000000000 and 1/3 of world debt, 15-20% unemployment, -60 billion in trade balance and corporate profits... even with a fed hike of 2% i dont see how they will manage to turn the numbers around and we are witnessing fancy talk... imf recommending governments to keep yuan as foreign reserves and made a 20% overvalued usd call...where will this end? economy is running on speculation and no logic at the moment... bailout v2 and the whole world is watching
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 18 hours ago
compared to european trade balance which was +30 billion and much less debt with great money supply managed to talk down other major currencies... one bubble has to burst sooner or later
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 18 hours ago
what i really wanted to say with this that its clear to me that reason, logic, real numbers, data and fundamentals get crushed by speculations and talk... as traders we can only rely on price movment we see on chart... that thing my friends is the only thing you need to watch...
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