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Crude Oil Futures - Nov 14 (CLX4)

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90.82 -0.02    (-0.02%)
22:14:04 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 90.84
  • Open: 90.84
  • Day's Range: 90.66 - 90.87
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narinder anand
narinder anand Sep 22, 2014 09:20PM GMT
guys who shorted 90.89 can pick up cool 25 points on 6 oclock open.

Arbab Ali
Arbab Ali Sep 22, 2014 08:46PM GMT
i have 2 lots of novcrude100 at 91.88.. what should i do, sell them for a loss, or anychance for oil to climb back up ?

max zhang
max zhang Sep 22, 2014 07:59PM GMT
Can somebody call JCB and jap firms to buy crude, there's overflow of stockpiles here, OPEC is going to reduce supply. London, Moscow and Shanghai most likely will not accept USD and JPY after 26.09.2014. So Chicago CME, you are on the same boat with japs, at least lower the bar on DXY against the JPY, only 4 days to go.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 09:09PM GMT
Max, you don't know what you are talking about. They need to raise the bar on DXY and not lower it. You had better go back and do your research.
max zhang
max zhang Sep 22, 2014 09:43PM GMT
JPY value down basically means you need more JPY to buy oil; USD or DXY up simply means lesser money supply in U.S; do you need research on common broadcast facts? No wonder others ask you to be responsible for your advice and analysis H Goldstein.
max zhang
max zhang Sep 22, 2014 09:51PM GMT
My opinion is based on my analysis of the case of Shanghai CME open at 26.09.2014, other things are just facts we all know: FED stops handing out money, but JCB just started to hand out money, just to think about the timing, don't you think that the USD should go down before the Shanghai CME open to let Japan load up the oil and commodity? Japan economy was so sluggish, which means their firms might be short of money supply as well as not borrowing before last week. But the news are that FED stop printing money last week and JCB starts to print money last week. So just for common sense, Japan wants to build up their stockpile of raw materials and crude before they start recovery. And once they started the recovery, they will be hunger for more resources, as a demanding power or consumer of crude, they can disrupt Shanghai CME. By the way, U.S have the power to tagged crude with USD, not because U.S is the largest producer, but instead was the largest consumer of crude.
max zhang
max zhang Sep 22, 2014 09:52PM GMT
It is the simple demand drives supply, market make the price. And if blockade, people think of alternative.
H Goldstein
H Goldstein Sep 22, 2014 10:00PM GMT
Yes, I know. You were right all along. I just wanted to watch you waste some more of your time posting here. Thanks for entertaining me.
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