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Crude Oil Futures - Sep 15 (CLU5)

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47.05 -0.34    -0.73%
8:23:29 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 47.39
  • Open: 46.99
  • Day's Range: 46.70 - 47.32
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Crude Oil 47.05 -0.34 -0.73%
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Crude Oil Overview

Prev. Close47.39
MonthSep 15
Tick Size0.01
Open46.99
Contract Size1,000 Barrels
Tick Value10
Day's Range46.70 - 47.32
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolCL
52 wk Range44.03 - 101.83
Last Trading Day08/19/2015
MonthsFGHJKMNQUVXZ
1-Year Return-53.86%
Point Value1 = $1000

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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Jul 28, 2015 07:58AM GMT
Hourly chart, lower channel $46.
Fouad AS
Fouad AS Jul 28, 2015 08:04AM GMT
Lows are over, look up now.....i was short and closed my shorts at 46.78 and now am long.......
Crude Shots
Crude Shots Jul 28, 2015 08:06AM GMT
following you... let c
Crude Shots
Crude Shots Jul 28, 2015 08:19AM GMT
Fouad.. Seems to be rock..? Tgt,,?.

Marko Polo
Marko Polo Jul 28, 2015 07:54AM GMT
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Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Jul 28, 2015 07:08AM GMT
Today I read from my local media stating that crude cost of production has reduced from $50 to $32, any one can confirm this news ?
Financial Collapse
Financial Collapse Jul 28, 2015 07:22AM GMT
If costs were even $50, oil companies wouldn't be in the dire straits they're in now, much less $32. CAreful with claims of costs by producers, you can bet they're operational costs only, which is standard for energy companies to quote. They leave out overhead, taxes, cost of land, pretty much everything that isn't involved in actually getting oil out of the ground. So your $50 cost is actually $75-$90. That explains why there's so much carnage in the industry, if their costs were actually $50 or less they wouldn't be in trouble.
The Prophet
The Prophet Jul 28, 2015 07:34AM GMT
Shale oil production is around 65-75 when you include everything. Land, explorations,debt... Everything. Including the kitchen sink too. What varies from company to company and from project to project is the phase that they in. Did they already buy the land? Did they already issue the debt? Did the drill the well? What is the life expectancy and the production rate of each well. US shale will continue to produce oil at current and even higher levels for many years to come even if oil drops to 10 dollars per barrel. The Saudis by now understand that their strategy is failing at gaining any US market share back and so far it has a been a very expensive lesson for them and for everyone else. Let's see how long these geniuses are willing to eat up their kingdom's reserves...
Financial Collapse
Financial Collapse Jul 28, 2015 07:40AM GMT
"The Saudis know by now their strategy is failing..". . I'm falling over laughing my head off at this statement. First off, this isn't "The Saudis" doing this, it's a planned event by all major world governments. They all know how, why, and what the end game is, like they do all major global events. . Secondly, the Saudis reportedly just borrowed for the first time to cover their budget. So, yeah, according to TP, they're in trouble now. Riiiiight. They have hundreds of billions of equity and minimal debt, versus shale players who are hanging by a thread, the ones still alive. But sure TP, we'll go with your version of events. "Saudis are scared, they screwed up..." Make me laugh so hard.
Marietta Gaa Ostrander
Marietta Gaa Ostrander Jul 28, 2015 07:45AM GMT
They once made profits at 8 bucks so I know what is in the realm of possibilities..
Enlighwisdom Wisdom
Enlighwisdom Wisdom Jul 28, 2015 07:52AM GMT
Thxs for your info, FC and TP. But TP I can't agree that oil companies non-stop pumping oil measures would help them either. It is like *****1000 enemy soldiers by losing 800 of your own; not a win-win situation.
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