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Brent Oil Futures - Jul 15 (LCON5)

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66.10 -0.44    -0.66%
9:59:22 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 66.54
  • Open: 66.52
  • Day's Range: 65.93 - 66.61
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Tory Enerson
Crude Spreads Could Provide Directional Bias
By Tory Enerson - May 21, 2015

EIA data yesterday confirmed the ongoing trend of reduced supplies in WTI crude, gasoline and distillates. With all three elements of the report featuring larger than expected draws in inventories, it...

Kristina Leonova
USD/CAD: Oil, US Fed And Consumer Prices
By Kristina Leonova - May 21, 2015

On Wednesday, the minutes of the meeting of the US Fed was released. Members of the US FOMC challenged the necessity of the increase in interest rate in June. Now it is expected that the rates will ...

Alfonso Esparza
Oil Rises On Inventories, Japanese GDP
By Alfonso Esparza - May 20, 2015

Crude oil prices bounced back on Wednesday from steep falls in the previous session as industry data showed that U.S. crude stocks fell more than expected last week. Brent futures LCOc1 rose 92 cents ...

Saxo Bank
From The Floor: Hawks, Doves And Kiwis
By Saxo Bank - May 19, 2015

When From the Floor caught up with Jeff Halley at Saxo Bank's Singapore trading desk, he told us that it had been "an emotional day". The reason? A series of tempestuous jags in the kiwi's normally ...

Marshall Gittler
What Is The End Game For Greece?
By Marshall Gittler - May 19, 2015

• What is the end game for Greece? I wrote yesterday that this was the endgame for Greece. How is it likely to play out? • The big fear in the markets – the “nuclear ...

Blaine Rollins
Your Favorite Rush Song And The S&P 500
By Blaine Rollins - May 19, 2015

The S&P 500 has broken through an important Rush album resistance level… Now it will be impossible for you to forget the level of the S&P 500. As your favorite Rush song dances around ...

Craig Erlam
Hoping For An OPEC Supply Cut? Forget It
By Craig Erlam - May 18, 2015

Any expectations that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will cut its production quota next month took another dent Monday after analysts argued that the downside risks for...

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Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 22, 2015 07:51AM GMT
I sold off in total 70% of my longs. Now I just wait for better prices.

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 22, 2015 05:19AM GMT
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/05/22/oil-summer-saudi-idUKL1N0Y91AI20150522

Kenneth Ljung
Kenneth Ljung May 22, 2015 04:23AM GMT
. U.S. crude-by-rail shipments slip amid weak oil prices. The Association of American Railroads says crude oil carried by big U.S. railroads fell nearly 14% Q/Q to ~113K carloads as oil companies cut back domestic shipments.Industry execs have cautioned that lower oil prices could end up slowing volume growth this year because the low prices will not support Bakken Shale crude, which is more expensive to extract and ship than other oil.Although total rail cargo volumes have continued to come in below expectations, Morgan Stanley analysts say a rally in energy prices could help boost railroad stock prices.
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