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Crude Oil Futures - Aug 15 (CLQ5)

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55.52 -1.41    -2.48%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 56.93
  • Open: 56.54
  • Day's Range: 55.42 - 56.78
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Crude Oil WTI Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 18:58 - Saturday, July 4th
Cash 56.93s-0.010.0056.9356.93007/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 15 55.52-1.4156.4256.7955.417699907/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 15 55.85-1.4556.7857.1455.781473807/03/15Q / C / O
Oct 15 56.20-1.4157.2057.4156.10517907/03/15Q / C / O
Nov 15 56.61-1.4057.5657.7956.50362107/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 57.10-1.3557.9958.2956.94983807/03/15Q / C / O
Jan 16 57.49-1.3458.4458.6757.37245707/03/15Q / C / O
Feb 16 57.98-1.1358.7458.8957.78101407/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 16 58.25-1.1058.9959.2057.98165107/03/15Q / C / O
Apr 16 58.55-1.0359.3859.3858.43112607/03/15Q / C / O
May 16 58.76-1.0759.5859.5858.7672607/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 59.01-1.0859.6259.9858.74425607/03/15Q / C / O
Jul 16 59.12-1.1659.1259.1259.0540807/03/15Q / C / O
Aug 16 60.47s-0.0360.7960.9260.4740807/02/15Q / C / O
Sep 16 60.67s-0.0161.2461.2460.6772907/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 16 60.92s+0.010.0060.9260.9228507/02/15Q / C / O
Nov 16 61.19s+0.040.0061.1961.1932107/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 16 60.41-1.0461.0161.2860.20329707/03/15Q / C / O
Jan 17 61.60s+0.070.0061.6061.6034107/02/15Q / C / O
Feb 17 61.75s+0.080.0061.7561.7517807/02/15Q / C / O
Mar 17 61.92s+0.080.0061.9261.9218807/02/15Q / C / O
Apr 17 62.09s+0.080.0062.0962.093407/02/15Q / C / O
May 17 62.28s+0.080.0062.2862.282707/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 17 61.59-0.8862.2562.2561.5731607/03/15Q / C / O
Jul 17 62.59s+0.060.0062.5962.59007/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 17 62.74s+0.050.0062.7462.74707/02/15Q / C / O
Sep 17 62.92s+0.040.0062.9262.92707/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 17 63.12s+0.030.0063.1263.12007/02/15Q / C / O
Nov 17 63.33s+0.030.0063.3363.33007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 62.80-0.7663.4063.5462.6444807/03/15Q / C / O
Jan 18 63.63s+0.010.0063.6363.632607/02/15Q / C / O
Feb 18 63.72s+0.010.0063.7263.72107/02/15Q / C / O
Mar 18 63.84s0.000.0063.8463.84007/02/15Q / C / O
Apr 18 63.99s-0.010.0063.9963.99007/02/15Q / C / O
May 18 64.16s-0.020.0064.1664.16007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 18 64.36s-0.020.0064.3664.362507/02/15Q / C / O
Jul 18 64.45s-0.020.0064.4564.45007/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 18 64.57s-0.030.0064.5764.57007/02/15Q / C / O
Sep 18 64.71s-0.040.0064.7164.71007/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 18 64.87s-0.040.0064.8764.87007/02/15Q / C / O
Nov 18 65.05s-0.040.0065.0565.05007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 18 64.71-0.5465.0065.0064.7111807/03/15Q / C / O
Jan 19 65.30s-0.050.0065.3065.30007/02/15Q / C / O
Feb 19 65.37s-0.050.0065.3765.37007/02/15Q / C / O
Mar 19 65.44s-0.060.0065.4465.44007/02/15Q / C / O
Apr 19 65.53s-0.070.0065.5365.53007/02/15Q / C / O
May 19 65.63s-0.070.0065.6365.63007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 19 65.75s-0.070.0065.7565.75007/02/15Q / C / O
Jul 19 65.75s-0.080.0065.7565.75007/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 19 65.83s-0.080.0065.8365.83007/02/15Q / C / O
Sep 19 65.94s-0.080.0065.9465.94007/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 19 66.07s-0.090.0066.0766.07007/02/15Q / C / O
Nov 19 66.23s-0.090.0066.2366.23007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 19 66.42s-0.090.0066.4266.426307/02/15Q / C / O
Jan 20 66.45s-0.090.0066.4566.45007/02/15Q / C / O
Feb 20 66.50s-0.090.0066.5066.50007/02/15Q / C / O
Mar 20 66.58s-0.090.0066.5866.58007/02/15Q / C / O
Apr 20 66.66s-0.090.0066.6666.66007/02/15Q / C / O
May 20 66.76s-0.090.0066.7666.76007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 20 66.87s-0.090.0066.8766.87007/02/15Q / C / O
Jul 20 66.88s-0.090.0066.8866.88007/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 20 66.93s-0.090.0066.9366.93007/02/15Q / C / O
Sep 20 67.01s-0.090.0067.0167.01007/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 20 67.11s-0.090.0067.1167.11007/02/15Q / C / O
Nov 20 67.23s-0.090.0067.2367.23007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 20 67.37s-0.090.0067.3767.37407/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 21 67.67s-0.090.0067.6767.67007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 21 67.97s-0.090.0067.9767.97007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 22 68.14s-0.090.0068.1468.14007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 22 68.31s-0.090.0068.3168.31007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 23 68.31s-0.090.0068.3168.31007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 23 68.31s-0.090.0068.3168.31007/02/15Q / C / O

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Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:11PM GMT
The Greece referendum vote starts at Sunday 12:00 AM (midnight) ET to Sunday 12 PM ET (noon).. . Greece Voting Hours. . . Polling stations will be open from Sunday 7am to 7pm local time and the result may be known before midnight = Sunday 12:00 AM (midnight) ET to Sunday 12 PM ET (noon).. . Pollsters haven’t confirmed if there will be exit polls; if there are any, they will come immediately after the polls close. . . Software distributor SinglularLogic, which has been hired to run the vote counting and data processing, should be able to provide an estimation of the winner a few hours after polls close. . . JPMorgan expects ~90% of votes will have been counted by midnight, based on past general elections in Greece; vote counting could be even faster this time as it’s a yes or no question.. Credit Suisse provides a short cheat-sheet for FX traders to position for the Yes/No vote. 1- "Victory of the "No" camp, would immediately cast markets in uncharted territory. The vote alone might not necessarily trigger a systemic reaction, but we would expect the increase in uncertainty to weigh on EUR and on risk assets, with surging demand for "safe haven" currencies such USD, CHF, JPY and GBP," CS projects.. 2- In the event of a "Yes" vote, we think the likely knee-jerk move higher in EURUSD would likely be short-lived. The victory of the "Yes" camp, would likely have a more limited impact on monetary policy stances outside of the Euro area, in our view. In other words, the removal of the immediate risk of a potentially systemic event would allow markets to refocus on the policy divergence story," CS adds.. 3- "Finally, while a "yes" victory would reduce the immediate risk of a Greek exit from the euroarea, many aspects of the post-vote outlook would remain very uncertain. As an example, a minimally reworked extension of the now expired Greek bailout terms could be viewed by markets as insufficient to prevent renewed flaring up of peripheral risk later this year," CS argues.. 4- "We remain firmly of the view that this story remains EUR bearish," CS concludes. . In conclusion, as per CS, this means lower EUD, higher USD, lower oil. . GOLDMAN: Here are the 3 main scenarios for Greece after its referendum. The Greek referendum could swing either way on Sunday.. A "Yes" vote would mean Greeks prefer their government to agree to conditions for a bailout that it is strongly against.. The government is encouraging a "No" vote that allows Greece to stay in the euro and work with creditors to create more favorable bailout conditions, or some debt forgiveness.. 1. A "Yes" vote that's followed by the resignations of prime minister Alexis Tsipras and finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. "This is likely to be the most market-friendly outcome," Pill wrote. Varoufakis has already said he would quit if this is how voters decide. Pill says the new government would have to be really smart and committed to rescuing Greece for the political change to be worth it.. 2. A "Yes" vote, with Tsipras' government refusing to step down. This would lead to more of what we've seen in the past week – no further access to emergency funding and banks remaining closed. "Eventually the political contradictions and economic fragilities that would follow are likely to create powerful forces for political change in Greece." . 3. A "No" vote that would give the current government exactly what it wants, and grant it even more political clout. "This is likely to be viewed negatively by markets," Pill wrote, although it doesn't necessarily imply a Grexit. Rather, the economic slowdown would eventually motivate Greeks to vote in a new government. .
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:18PM GMT
Exciting times! Bearish for oil it will be, fact! Cheers! The show gets underway in a few hours at midnight ET Sunday in North America with results being available shortly after 12:00 noon ET in North America. Oil begins trading Sunday 6 PM ET. No doubt oil crashing hard it will be as the EUR plunges, USD screams higher. Fact. Bring on $40's oil $-)
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:35PM GMT
Log into Twitter .... type in Greece ... unbelievable the streams of comments and photographs being posting in rapid fire succession. The NO's have it. Short oil is definitely the trade for profits.
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:42PM GMT
News Flash 7:40 PM ET, the deal is as good as done in Iran "End in sight as powers cite progress on Iran nuclear deal" Such is plastered all over the media, watching it now on television. To be finalized in less than 72 hours. Oil crush in queue. I love Greece and Iran! $-)
Hans Moleman
Hans Moleman Jul 04, 2015 11:55PM GMT
Good thing no one takes you seriously. The yes side will win and the resulting exuberance from it will lift the EUR and the price of oil on Monday. On Tuesday, oil trading will switch back the oversupply issue and then oil will recommence its downward trend. By holding short over the weekend, you've lost you chance to short at a better price. You have no idea of the concept of risk adjusted returns do you?. Good thing you're not trading with real money. Based on all of your losing prognostications over the last couple of months (that we all know of despite your denials), a reasonable person and someone trading with real money would have given up. You'll give back your only gains from last week in good time. Aren't you tired of being wrong all the time. Why do you lie to yourself. You keep making me laugh out loud (thanks for that).
Johnny  Appleseed
Johnny Appleseed Jul 04, 2015 11:57PM GMT
Stop posting lies!!!!!!!!! First of all, most polls show that the "yes" vote will prevail! Second, even if they agree to a conditional deal on Iran, IT STILL WOULD HAVE TO BE APPROVED BY CONGRESS!!!!!!
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jakk jones
jakk jones Jul 04, 2015 09:25PM GMT
the decline in oil price is a result of strong usd relating to events in greece. it has nothing to do with the iran deal as iran is already selling as much oil as she can pump via the black market. the iran agreement will only enable iran to sell her oil in the open market for a few extra dollars per barrel. its a zero sum game.. us oil production will crash within three months in spite of any increase in rig count because shale operators will have exhausted their futures hedge selling by then and will be facing a 60 dollar market. with their 80 dollar cost. buy on dip. bull market for the next 2 years.
Justin Lohan
Justin Lohan Jul 04, 2015 09:43PM GMT
Good call.........your last call was in April, it was our last chance to buy oil in the 50's. Good call.
Milan Kacar
Milan Kacar Jul 04, 2015 09:46PM GMT
US Dollar Index Chart: 96.38 by Milan Kacar
US Dollar Index Chart: 96.38 by Milan Kacar
the dollar has increased insignificantly since last monday. We are still consolidating in a descending triangle.
D. Eddie
D. Eddie Jul 04, 2015 10:17PM GMT
This theory makes sense...
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:22PM GMT
Buy on dips? What the heck are you posting about? We are going to witness first hand a major plunge in the price of oil in less than 24 hours commencing at 6 PM ET Sunday which will take oil into the $40's and very possibly into the $30's and $20's where it has traded in recent years, fact! Oil will tank on Greece, Iran and more. Buy on dips ... p'fff! Short oil is the trade for profits. GLTA.
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 11:45PM GMT
News Flash 7:40 PM ET, the deal is as good as done in Iran "End in sight as powers cite progress on Iran nuclear deal" Such is plastered all over the media, watching it now on television. To be finalized in less than 72 hours. Oil crush in queue. I love Greece and Iran! $-)

CAR4 Trade
CAR4 Trade Jul 04, 2015 08:58PM GMT
Sell Crude Oil 55.52. Target 54.30. S/L 56.05.
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