Crude Oil Futures - Mar 16 (CLH6)

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29.07 +2.85    +10.89%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 26.21
  • Open: 27.24
  • Day's Range: 26.97 - 29.66
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TheWolfOf FraudStreet
TheWolfOf FraudStreet 4 minutes ago
FACT. JUST SHORT. DO NOT DRINK THE OPEC JUICE. ..AH, HAHAHA, OPEC AIN'T EVEN DRINKING THEIR OWN KRAP. ..“A lot of barrels are tumbling out of the market from non-OPEC members, so the Saudi philosophy is obviously working. But it’s not influencing the price higher, which means that whether we like it or not some barrels are coming in from … members and non-members to cover whatever is dropping out.”..IEA WARNING..The International Energy Agency said on Jan. 19 that oil markets could be oversupplied by as much as 1.5 million barrels per day in the first half of 2016 and warned that prices could decline further as Iran’s emergence from economic sanctions brings more crude to the market...OPEC has declined to trim output without help from non-members, which so far have refused to participate. Russia, the world’s biggest oil producer, has played coy ..@..
Larry pe
Larry pe 3 minutes ago
INTERVIEW-OPEC members increasingly keen to end oil glut -Nigeria oil minister. Sun Feb 14, 2016 4:02pm GMT. . . By Julia Payne. . ABUJA, Feb 14 (Reuters) - The mood inside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is shifting from mistrust to a growing consensus that a decision must be reached on how to end the global oil price rout, Nigeria's oil minister told Reuters.. . Oil prices have slumped by more than 70 percent to near $30 a barrel over the past 18 months as OPEC, led by top producer Saudi Arabia, sought to drive higher-cost producers out of the market by refusing to cut production despite a supply glut.
Trading oil
Trading oil 27 minutes ago
Anyone trade crude options? I opened some positions WTI option jul16 45 call, premium 1.30.. just in friday it went up 60%, to $2.08... while my UWTI positions was up only %10....any comments?
toni 25 minutes ago
uwti rolled over all its position to april futs, there was a decay of more than 20% which is basically the diff b/w march & april's futs
thanks forit
thanks forit 22 minutes ago
No, but I've been thinking about it. I just hate paying such high implied vol. I was thinking about something like selling an ATM straddle combined with buying OTM call and put spreads. Haven't had time to focus on it yet. Calendar spreads, given the contango, is another area I'd like to explore.
george tomlinson
george tomlinson 16 minutes ago
that is all I trade.
Si Rman
Si Rman 7 minutes ago
if you want less risk, just bet less .. options are insurance policies .. that's why you pay or collect premium ..
george tomlinson
george tomlinson 3 minutes ago
wow, what a lack of understanding of the power of options. you must be an etf trader
Marksr Gibbons
Marksr Gibbons 32 minutes ago
Fracking can stop and oil would still go down. Global demand will decrease slowly now forever. Forget oil..
Jay Dang
Jay Dang 29 minutes ago
So, are you going short now? :P
mike bateman
mike bateman 17 minutes ago
Really? And what's going to replace the 90 million barrels a day consumption?? Wow.
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