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Brent Oil Futures - Jun 14 (LCOM4)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 109.60
  • Open: 109.55
  • Day's Range: 109.07 - 110.18
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Latest Brent Oil Comments

James Kovalsky
James Kovalsky Apr 10, 2014 08:03AM GMT
When WTI and Brent prices converge there will be downward pressure on crude prices.

James Kovalsky
James Kovalsky Apr 10, 2014 08:02AM GMT
Watch the spread between WTI and Brent, when they converge there will be downward pressure on crude prices

Malabar  gold
Malabar gold Apr 08, 2014 11:29AM GMT
Oil Prices. . Putin's policy of championing his country's energy sector has left the country with few other productive industries. The Russian government relies on oil and gas revenue to fill its treasury. Analysts including ourselves believe that the Russian government will have to make cuts either to its military budget or to its social services if the Brent crude index falls below $110 per barrel. The lower the fall in oil prices, the deeper the cuts will need to be in the Russian government's budget.. . This year does not portent well for the price of Brent crude. Iran and Iraq are already bringing their production back online and Libya will be back in the market in full force later this year. OPEC predicted rising demand to justify its failure to cut its output. However, with the BRICs in or on the threshold of recession that forecast seems to be flawed. Brent crude could possibly fall this year and Putin would be in trouble. His encouragement of a crisis in Ukraine could have been an attempt to bring panic to oil speculators and support the price of oil, thus saving his budget. However, that gambit seems to have failed. The Brent crude oil price fell throughout the crisis and remains below the vital $110 mark.. Reply
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