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Crude Oil Futures - Sep 15 (CLU5)

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46.80 -1.72    -3.54%
31/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 48.52
  • Open: 48.41
  • Day's Range: 46.71 - 48.61
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Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Aug 02, 2015 01:43AM GMT
http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/08/01/us-oil-usa-hedgefunds-idUSKCN0Q52JD20150801 I'm, sure everyone has seen this by now, but it has an almost comical referral to future prices: "Not all are bearish on U.S. crude going forward, though.Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a note that WTI could trade at a premium to global benchmark Brent by next spring if U.S. gasoline demand, which helped oil prices recover somewhat in the second quarter, remained on a tear." While I don't question that Brent might eventually trade above WTI, at what price do you think that might finally happen? It's probably the most bearish element in the story! Does the writer actually believe WTI can rise while Brent falls?
leo ma
leo ma Aug 02, 2015 02:11AM GMT
troll u have no idea and of course u like to ban people too.....and of course u need to show everybody that u are smart and of course further complicate pos of people reading it....understand what u read for starting point and stop posting here spam. Every post of yours here is your EGO and for your own EGO only. Wti already higher in the real physical world premium wise, but u wouldnt have an idea about it...

Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Aug 02, 2015 01:22AM GMT
I read below that some people still think it is bullish if we see oil withdrawn from storage.That "trap door" that the guy on media referred to on Friday will be opening when oil starts coming out of storage at these prices.Only owners in serious financial trouble would sell at the implicit loss. Withdrawal is a good sign only if it is demand and price driven. Otherwise it puts a surplus in the market and drives prices further down..
Cody Guadagnoli
Cody Guadagnoli Aug 02, 2015 02:13AM GMT
Gotta weigh storage versus production drops and imports. Storage draw by itself is too little info.

Average Joe  Trader
Average Joe Trader Aug 01, 2015 11:01PM GMT
Are we in a new trading range 46 - 48? What's the opinion of the experts on this for forum?
Neil  Young
Neil Young Aug 01, 2015 11:23PM GMT
En route to low 40's then 30's. Oil queued to go lower, much lower, not higher, fact!
Johnny  Appleseed
Johnny Appleseed Aug 01, 2015 11:42PM GMT
I feel like we are in a range of $46-$49. At least for now until summer driving season ends. Then I think it will fall lower unless production starts to drop.
Jaso Lohan
Jaso Lohan Aug 01, 2015 11:59PM GMT
After Friday I doubt 46 will hold. It's a lousy chart. If it gets stuck in a range, which I also doubt, we're closer to the top of it than the bottom.
nyt tag
nyt tag Aug 02, 2015 12:03AM GMT
the new range is from 46.79 to $20
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