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44.62 -1.70    -3.67%
23/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 46.32
  • Open: 46.06
  • Day's Range: 44.23 - 46.55
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Crude Oil 44.62 -1.70 -3.67%

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Gray LeblancGray Leblanc 34 minutes ago Traders that follow flawed strategy never fault their strategy. It's always someone else's fault for their being on the wrong side of the trade. When they're correct their trading strategy is impeccable. Pick a path. in reply to John Lee 1 hour ago IEA Should Stick to the Facts, not Forecasts: I view the IEA OMR, which was released on September 13, as one the the main reasons for the recent price decline because they pushed their forecast to rebalance in H2 of 2017 on the premise of revised slower growth. These are the same people who forecast that the world may DROWN IN OVERSUPPLY when Iran hits the market, and even after a price recovery in February, called it a FALSE DAWN. I study their data, and use their data to input into my own forecasts and I get a different result. That is why I think their predictions are motivated and rigged for political purposes.
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What time is the meeting with Opec members tomorrow?.
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