Crude Oil Futures - Nov 15 (CLX5)

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45.64 +0.90    +2.01%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 44.74
  • Open: 45.03
  • Day's Range: 44.00 - 45.80
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koenraad de neef
koenraad de neef 2 minutes ago Crude Oil Price Is Going to Fall by 50%… Again
Trade  The_Trend
Trade The_Trend 11 minutes ago
The lower oil prices go, the more stress is being placed on the high-yield bond sector. Evidence is mounting that the outlook is unlikely to improve anytime soon. Last week, ratings firm Moody's said its high-yield Liquidity Stress Index fell in September amid a rash of energy company downgrades.. . Exxon, Chevron outlooks cut to negative by S&P in oil slump @
Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan 29 minutes ago
Winter is around the corner few more months Canada will be drastically reducing rigs .just like every year
Trade  The_Trend
Trade The_Trend 27 minutes ago
AH, rotflmao, you have zero clue, oil drilling slows down after the winter thaw, if then drilling in the winter is ideal as the ground is frozen, makes for moving of equipment and stability ideal.
Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan 26 minutes ago
Maintenance season also around the corner but production has been declining. Let's see how much build up will we surpass our peak 2015 storage numbers ?
Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan 23 minutes ago
Numbers don't lie.....
Trade  The_Trend
Trade The_Trend 13 minutes ago
AH, you best study up on how the oil industry operates instead of feathering you long oil position. Maintenance is 24/7, rigs do not shut down, refineries shut down = oil glut. Oil inventories are at 80 year highs / 1935. Oil will continue to be glutted around the world = short oil is the trade for profits.
Trade  The_Trend
Trade The_Trend 56 minutes ago
News flash, just in, get your shorts on asap!. . Saudi Arabia Cuts Oil Prices Amid OPEC Price War. . Reductions follow price cuts by rivals last month. . Oct. 4, 2015 10:09 a.m. ET . . Saudi Arabia on Sunday made deep reductions to the prices it charges for its oil, hard on the heels of cuts last month by rival producers in the Gulf.. . With U.S. production still increasing despite lower oil prices, members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are battling to keep their share of the last growing markets in Asia.. In a list of official prices sent to customers, state-oil company Saudi Aramco cut the price of its light-crude deliveries to Asia by $1.7 a barrel. As a result, it switched to a discount of $1.6 a barrel against the rival Dubai benchmark from a premium of 10 cents a barrel previously. The company also cut its prices for heavy oil by $2 a barrel to the Far East and by 30 cents a barrel to the U.S.. Energy Information Administration..
Trade  The_Trend
Trade The_Trend 54 minutes ago
The move come as Iran, Iraq and other countries in the Middie East made deeper cuts in their official prices than Saudi Arabia last month.. . Saudi Arabia has vowed to keep pumping at high levels as it hopes lower oil prices will stimulate Asian demand and hit rival production in the U.S. that is expensive to produce. But while Chinese economic growth is slowing, U.S. production rose by about 68,000 barrels a day in July, according to the U.S.
koenraad de neef
koenraad de neef 53 minutes ago
koenraad de neef
koenraad de neef 49 minutes ago
that would be great news
Righteous Retribution
Righteous Retribution 47 minutes ago
TTT/Hank/Donald Duck/Clown Boy.............the only one you have fooled is youself.......haha
Righteous Retribution
Righteous Retribution 45 minutes ago
Stop your cheerleading TTT/Daffy are so lame, even in your own words. ha ha
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