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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 15 (CLN5)

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60.29 +2.61    +4.52%
29/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 57.68
  • Open: 57.96
  • Day's Range: 57.74 - 60.69
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Highlander Man
Highlander Man May 30, 2015 02:24AM GMT
Bear report, OPEC at http://www.opec.org/opec_web/en/publications/338.htm

Highlander Man
Highlander Man May 30, 2015 01:51AM GMT
Good evening. As follows are two bear headlines. No doubt that today was a month end anomaly with lower prices to follow...Drillers answer low oil prices with cost-saving innovations. San Antonio Express-News (subscription)-28 minutes ago. Oil wells undergo tests at a Statoil site near Runge, part of the Eagle Ford Shale field. To increase efficiency, Statoil uses a special drilling rig that slides from one ...this proves what I knew re yes these greedy bstrds can produce low cost oil. .....and...Saudi Arabia is no friend to the United States. Washington Post-36 minutes ago. America's back was turned in 1973 when Saudi Arabian-led oil producers imposed an embargo against the United States in retaliation for U.S. military support of ...bend over USA as Saudi Arabia shoves $30 down your throat, fact! June is going to be bearylishious!
The Prophet
The Prophet May 30, 2015 01:58AM GMT
For months you have been telling us to short, Oil is up for the year. It is up for the quarter, It was up last quarter, Its up for the month, it was up last month, in fact it has gone up every month for the last 4 months. Its up this week, its up today, it was up yesterday too. Price is Truth, Price is Fact, the rest is garbage, like your posts here.
Highlander Man
Highlander Man May 30, 2015 02:16AM GMT
Hey, Toilet Paper, what's with your copy paste same old messages, wash rinse and repeat. Regardless, you stay long, buy, buy, buy, looks good on you, troll practice what you preach, be the leader, not the follower. GLTY.

Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan May 30, 2015 01:13AM GMT
I was think about this, could it be that Kuwait Qatar Saudi increase production to force non opec members to make a compromise non opec and opec do a minor cut of 2 million barrels per day. This way opec never lost any market share and also got the prices to incresase.
Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan May 30, 2015 01:14AM GMT
I always * of course United states will not be included because oil is not controlled by the government.
Mike Dedmonton
Mike Dedmonton May 30, 2015 01:53AM GMT
Interesting. Could be a strategy. If they get Russia on board, then it could take some oil off the market. Unfortunately, Iran wants to sell more and we are very close to opening the floodgates for North America production increase. I still think the sane strategy is keep producing and force the high cost producers out, especially when carbon taxes will throttle production.
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