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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 15 (CLN5)

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57.85 +0.34    +0.58%
1:54:52 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 57.51
  • Open: 57.77
  • Day's Range: 57.39 - 57.87
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Crude Oil 57.85 +0.34 +0.58%
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Crude Oil Historical Data

Time Frame:
04/28/2015 - 05/28/2015
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
May 28, 2015 57.85 57.69 57.87 57.65 - 0.58%
May 27, 2015 57.51 58.32 58.95 57.36 - -0.90%
May 26, 2015 58.03 60.05 60.25 57.71 330.13K -3.03%
May 25, 2015 59.85 59.93 60.24 59.11 - -0.12%
May 24, 2015 59.92 60.01 60.01 59.78 - 0.33%
May 22, 2015 59.72 60.66 60.80 59.35 230.31K -1.65%
May 21, 2015 60.72 58.81 60.94 58.69 329.77K 2.95%
May 20, 2015 58.98 58.32 59.04 58.10 287.13K 1.71%
May 19, 2015 57.99 60.32 60.42 57.93 336.78K -3.74%
May 18, 2015 60.24 60.62 61.71 59.85 305.12K -0.60%
May 17, 2015 60.60 60.62 60.77 60.60 - 0.11%
May 15, 2015 60.54 60.69 60.82 59.32 190.73K -0.49%
May 14, 2015 60.84 61.13 61.80 60.38 187.24K -1.06%
May 13, 2015 61.49 62.12 62.75 61.00 220.83K -0.40%
May 12, 2015 61.74 60.27 62.27 60.10 193.15K 2.41%
May 11, 2015 60.29 60.25 60.77 59.71 158.56K 1.66%
May 10, 2015 59.31 59.44 59.44 59.19 - -1.73%
May 08, 2015 60.35 59.97 60.83 59.09 176.97K 0.72%
May 07, 2015 59.92 61.71 62.40 59.51 175.62K -3.35%
May 06, 2015 62.00 61.74 63.62 61.62 154.26K 0.81%
May 05, 2015 61.50 60.19 62.20 59.91 149.03K 4.36%
May 04, 2015 58.93 59.30 59.73 58.45 215.05K -0.37%
May 01, 2015 59.15 59.79 59.90 58.32 244.75K -0.80%
Apr 30, 2015 59.63 58.55 59.85 58.38 340.32K 1.79%
Apr 29, 2015 58.58 56.93 59.33 56.54 411.10K 2.66%
Apr 28, 2015 57.06 56.65 57.83 56.07 281.86K 0.12%
Highest: 63.62 Lowest: 56.07 Difference: 7.55 Average: 59.72 Change %: 1.96

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Latest Crude Oil Comments

Mike Dedmonton
Mike Dedmonton May 28, 2015 12:59AM GMT
While still bearish on oil, it is worth noting that a lot of plants near the Cold Lake area were shut in due to fires (but its not global warming). I think the figure quoted is it effects 10 % of the export. We may see a drop in the export (unless those fracing ships come to harbour). Going to place a bid on HOD based on $ 1 price below quoted oil tomorrow, hoping the bull algols go off.

Rain Man
Rain Man May 28, 2015 12:48AM GMT
oil is on fire. Epic day in que for bulls tomorrow. will hit 58 then 59. can't wait. holding on to 2000 hou at 9.10. might pick up some crecent point tomorrow morning if it is still cheap.
angry  trader
angry trader May 28, 2015 12:58AM GMT
lol
goldfish 77
goldfish 77 May 28, 2015 01:14AM GMT
I also bought HOU at 9.07 lets make a few bucks?

Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety May 28, 2015 12:06AM GMT
Only one thing can prevent futures from falling below 48, the return of a supply management cartel, without which oil never would have priced above 80. Iran and Russia want this but will the Saudis climb in bed with them?
Lev Ma
Lev Ma May 28, 2015 01:01AM GMT
what kind f demand you are talking about? Consumers pay at the pump and businesses pay at the rack as oil would be priced at 80-90 usd per barrel. Actually consumption is growing at the end customer level. What you got is changing the market share of oil off takes. USA doesnt import as it did before. Thats all.
Lev Ma
Lev Ma May 28, 2015 01:04AM GMT
what kind f demand you are talking about? Consumers pay at the pump and businesses pay at the rack as oil would be priced at 80-90 usd per barrel. Actually consumption is growing at the end customer level. What you got is changing the market share of oil off takes. USA doesnt import as it did before. Thats all.
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