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Crude Oil Futures - Jun 15 (CLM5)

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56.68 -0.01    (-0.03%)
22:13:26 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 56.70
  • Open: 56.69
  • Day's Range: 56.57 - 56.70
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Crude Oil 56.68 -0.01 (-0.03%)
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Time Frame:
03/28/2015 - 04/27/2015
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Apr 27, 2015 56.68 57.26 57.86 56.53 - -1.02%
Apr 26, 2015 57.26 57.31 57.44 57.10 - 0.20%
Apr 24, 2015 57.15 57.53 57.95 56.50 - -1.02%
Apr 23, 2015 57.74 56.28 58.41 55.76 415.57K 2.81%
Apr 22, 2015 56.16 56.34 57.19 55.73 329.63K -0.79%
Apr 21, 2015 56.61 57.94 58.05 56.11 354.24K -2.19%
Apr 20, 2015 57.88 57.75 58.63 56.40 384.48K -0.09%
Apr 19, 2015 57.94 57.74 57.94 57.60 - 1.07%
Apr 17, 2015 57.32 57.97 58.34 56.85 259.08K -1.36%
Apr 16, 2015 58.11 57.19 58.82 56.56 269.52K 0.73%
Apr 15, 2015 57.69 55.01 57.92 54.88 333.57K 5.14%
Apr 14, 2015 54.87 53.81 55.35 53.67 226.50K 2.10%
Apr 13, 2015 53.74 53.56 54.83 53.31 167.96K 0.43%
Apr 10, 2015 53.51 52.28 53.68 51.78 184.14K 1.94%
Apr 09, 2015 52.49 52.48 53.67 52.23 208.28K 1.20%
Apr 08, 2015 51.87 54.39 54.51 51.82 227.00K -6.08%
Apr 07, 2015 55.23 53.48 55.37 52.66 259.62K 5.93%
Apr 06, 2015 52.14 49.47 52.24 49.47 325.28K 6.11%
Apr 02, 2015 49.14 49.59 50.27 48.11 453.39K -1.90%
Apr 01, 2015 50.09 47.55 50.45 47.05 451.10K 5.23%
Mar 31, 2015 47.60 48.73 48.73 47.28 365.75K -2.22%
Mar 30, 2015 48.68 48.57 49.16 47.61 355.87K -0.39%
Mar 27, 2015 48.87 51.01 51.38 48.21 384.09K -4.98%
Highest: 58.82 Lowest: 47.05 Difference: 11.77 Average: 54.29 Change %: 10.84

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Ramiro Perez
Ramiro Perez Apr 27, 2015 09:40PM GMT
Unless you are Todd who always buys low and sells high, the rest should be careful. It might take up to June for the market to see some rational movements. Summer trading can be more sentiment based than anything else.
Top Floor
Top Floor Apr 27, 2015 09:48PM GMT
Seems like there are enough hints to go short with the big players now rather than wait till sheep jump in.

Larry pe
Larry pe Apr 27, 2015 09:31PM GMT
According to Texas state reporting, oil production for the state for the month of Dec was 80,274,091 barrels and for the month of Jan 74,739,447 and for Feb 65,568,162 barrels.. http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/oil-gas/research-and-statistics/production-data/texas-monthly-oil-gas-production/.
Top Floor
Top Floor Apr 27, 2015 09:45PM GMT
Look at the big picture. The global picture. That's how oil went from 146 down to 35 back in 2008/09. The global picture.
Ramiro Perez
Ramiro Perez Apr 27, 2015 09:47PM GMT
65 / 80 is ~ a 20% drop in just 2 months seems excessive....
Larry pe
Larry pe Apr 27, 2015 09:47PM GMT
Outside of NA petroleum product inventories are within there 5 year average,what would the Global picture be.
Top Floor
Top Floor Apr 27, 2015 10:01PM GMT
That average will only increase when Iran turn their taps back on. Also the Saudis will only increase production to protect their market share in the months to come. Global demand is actually decreasing too according to recent data.
Larry pe
Larry pe Apr 27, 2015 10:02PM GMT
Here is theTexas monthly oil and gas statistics they put out today for Feb.. http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/all-news/042715a/

Mark Gibbons
Mark Gibbons Apr 27, 2015 09:13PM GMT
I'm surprised it stayed this level. There is so much oil on the market. Production is increasing everywhere and global demand is way down. We should be around 45/brl but no one knows how to handle the oil glut. Prices have a long way to fall and I'm staying short....
Mike Dedmonton
Mike Dedmonton Apr 27, 2015 09:35PM GMT
I am surprised as well. Holding short into the EIA report was a nasty shock that the price of oil could be manipulated up on flimsy evidence. Decided to buy a few hundred HOD to short for now - but won't hold into the EIA report. I am hoping the algol programmers do the same stupid thing so I can short after the report. Lots of storage being added now (latest is 900 kb at Hardisty). I tried to buy HED to short companies - but the company prices are falling (maybe most don't believe oil price will hold).
Ramiro Perez
Ramiro Perez Apr 27, 2015 09:43PM GMT
Go short with HOD and hedge with oil stocks
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