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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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Crude Oil 46.80 -1.72 -3.54%
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Crude Oil Historical Data

Time Frame:
07/03/2015 - 08/02/2015
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Jul 31, 2015 47.12 48.47 48.62 46.70 - -2.89%
Jul 30, 2015 48.52 48.83 49.36 48.34 247.66K -0.55%
Jul 29, 2015 48.79 47.81 49.52 47.39 366.89K 1.69%
Jul 28, 2015 47.98 47.02 48.44 46.68 338.11K 1.24%
Jul 27, 2015 47.39 48.00 48.20 46.91 273.61K -1.51%
Jul 26, 2015 48.12 47.97 48.12 47.94 - -0.05%
Jul 24, 2015 48.14 48.79 49.03 47.72 278.23K -0.64%
Jul 23, 2015 48.45 49.23 49.63 48.21 316.06K -1.50%
Jul 22, 2015 49.19 50.71 50.71 49.04 347.99K -3.28%
Jul 21, 2015 50.86 50.25 51.41 50.08 254.32K 0.83%
Jul 20, 2015 50.44 51.11 51.58 50.15 288.56K -1.50%
Jul 17, 2015 51.21 51.22 51.55 50.50 188.36K -0.06%
Jul 16, 2015 51.24 51.95 52.54 51.16 205.86K -1.06%
Jul 15, 2015 51.79 53.87 53.94 51.58 174.98K -3.16%
Jul 14, 2015 53.48 52.51 53.86 51.41 205.99K 1.46%
Jul 13, 2015 52.71 52.68 53.65 51.75 152.63K -0.96%
Jul 10, 2015 53.22 52.91 54.35 52.41 140.79K -0.02%
Jul 09, 2015 53.23 52.30 53.98 51.91 148.95K 2.19%
Jul 08, 2015 52.09 53.31 53.34 51.35 173.16K -1.18%
Jul 07, 2015 52.71 53.03 53.81 50.95 157.33K -0.25%
Jul 06, 2015 52.84 56.78 57.14 52.72 148.80K -4.83%
Jul 03, 2015 55.52 56.60 56.78 55.42 - -3.11%
Jul 02, 2015 57.30 57.29 58.31 56.85 90.74K -0.12%
Highest: 58.31 Lowest: 46.68 Difference: 11.63 Average: 50.97 Change %: -19.25

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Latest Crude Oil Comments

Neil  Young
Neil Young Aug 02, 2015 09:08AM GMT
I concur with Steve, well said. Leo, there is zero reason to name call re calling Steve a troll, so immature that is,unless you are looking forward to being banned from the forum again. Grow up. Leo, rest assured, you are not here to help me out as per your post. Moving forward, getting back on topic, rest assured, oil and natural gas go lower, much lower to 30's and 2.50's as short energy is the trade for profits, glta. Such a train wreck it is going to be for energy bulls starting 6 PM ET Sunday and during the month of August and beyond. Unfortunately,. Canadian oil bulls are trapped until Tuesday as markets in Canada are closed; such bs this is. Market hours should be the same for all. In the news headlines this morning oil bears will love this beneficial news: Iran expects to raise oil output by 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) as soon as sanctions are lifted and by a million bpd within months, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said. AND Saudi Arabia's stock market fell in early trade.
Stefan Carafelli
Stefan Carafelli Aug 02, 2015 09:35AM GMT
Nei Young, would seem you also no lttle of your so called "social etiquette". For example, If I wanted to enter in on the "Steve Leo" conversation, I would have left written my opinion under their conversation, not opened a new one. If I were to do so I would make sure that the persons involved are actually present on the forum, so as to be sure that they may respond - no I am immature again? Fast to throw the "etiquette card" , yet break own rules me thinks. The beauty of life indeed.

VP DP
VP DP Aug 02, 2015 04:57AM GMT
this represents the 1st long term retracement after oil recovered from the fall from stupid $150.the prices resurged to $100 a barrel after the trough in 2009 the bigs swept up the carnage and made a fortune now for several years. it was natural to get a "false rally" out of such a horrible bubble, but now we have a near full retracement that failed to pierce the 2009 low. we can now have a real rally and the public will accept it gladly. I would love to be a buyer at $25 a barrel but I don't think the big guy will let me have that price I think we can fail at the bear attempt but it could drag on and be turbulent to shake out weak hands be disciplined and nibble but stay in I start going long here and pressing on any stall on future downdrafts, they probably want to force a bearish report spike down catch the last fools and quickly go back to $60. bottom feeder out.

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 02:18AM GMT
Gee Leo, your contribution would be more useful if you would address the issue: do you think that the scenario where WTI will trade above the Brent will occur at a price higher or lower than the current price? It's a simple question. You also know very well that I had nothing to do with your supposed ban from this board. Frankly, even if I thought I could achieve a ban, why waste the effort? You make a useful contribution to discussion.
leo ma
leo ma Aug 02, 2015 02:28AM GMT
I am here to post in order to help people not to show that I am smart that I can find interesting topics for one purpose only - to show how smart and thoughtful I am. So your spam post is again has nothing to do with WTI prices, worse it diverts the discussion. But we both know how lonely and how not appreciated u are in your own little cold place. Karma is a b. And u making it worse. Stop.
Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Aug 02, 2015 02:39AM GMT
How does the above article on oil fail to qualify as something relevant to the price of WTI? The author portrays a bleak scenario and I am commenting on that. Your conviction that I post to show how smart I am is nor justified in either the number of posts or the time I spend on the board. Oil is not the center of my world, and many days I don't find time to read this board.
Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Aug 02, 2015 02:43AM GMT
But now that we are here together I have noted that on several occasions you have advised that you are more comfortable interpreting your data in a rising price scenario, and if the data is price neutral, I have wondered why that might be? My thought is that falling price scenarios might bring in parties that do not have an interest in profiting from the trading, but seek to drive down the price for other reasons. Would their participation compromise the charts?
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