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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 15 (CLN5)

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  • Open: 57.96
  • Day's Range: 57.74 - 60.69
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Mexico stocks lower at close of trade; IPC down 0.23%
Mexico stocks lower at close of trade; IPC down 0.23%
By Investing.com - May 29, 2015

Investing.com – Mexico stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Healthcare, Industrials and Financial Services sectors led shares lower. At the close in Mexico, the IPC fell ...

Brazil stocks lower at close of trade; Bovespa down 2.25%
Brazil stocks lower at close of trade; Bovespa down 2.25%
By Investing.com - May 29, 2015

Investing.com – Brazil stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Financials, Electric Power and Public Utilities sectors led shares lower. At the close in Sao Paulo, the Bovespa ...

Portugal stocks lower at close of trade; PSI 20 down 1.56%
Portugal stocks lower at close of trade; PSI 20 down 1.56%
By Investing.com - May 29, 2015

Investing.com – Portugal stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Basic Materials, Industrials and Consumer Services sectors led shares lower. At the close in Lisbon, the PSI 20 ...

Russia stocks lower at close of trade; MICEX down 2.92%
Russia stocks lower at close of trade; MICEX down 2.92%
By Investing.com - May 29, 2015

Investing.com – Russia stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Oil & Gas, Mining and Telecoms sectors led shares lower. At the close in Moscow, the MICEX fell 2.92% to hit a new...

Spain stocks lower at close of trade; IBEX 35 down 1.45%
Spain stocks lower at close of trade; IBEX 35 down 1.45%
By Investing.com - May 29, 2015

Investing.com – Spain stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Consumer Services, Consumer Goods and Building & Construction sectors led shares lower. At the close in Madrid, the...

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Jump in Jack
Jump in Jack May 29, 2015 11:08PM GMT
Wow... A bit ago some guy posts that yemen got nuked with a neutron bomb.. A small one mind you but. If this is infact true.. Oil will likely skyrocket soon if thing continue to escelate. Which they likely will... Here a youtube vid of the bomb from aprox 5miles away ... http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OTE_Eshm2xw
Mike Dedmonton
Mike Dedmonton May 30, 2015 12:03AM GMT
I don't think you should bet your allowance on that. Do you think Israel would be happy with Saudi having atomics? This is a reasonable news source for the region. http://english.farsnews.com/Default.aspx

The Prophet
The Prophet May 29, 2015 10:45PM GMT
Shorts got their head and tail handed to them today. every bear here now has an excuse for what happened and why but the simple facts are that 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.
Dave Kant
Dave Kant May 29, 2015 11:24PM GMT
oil $20 FACT!!!!!!!!!!!

Tony McBride
Tony McBride May 29, 2015 10:15PM GMT
Who's going long in June, and why?
North Nickel
North Nickel May 29, 2015 10:20PM GMT
ima wait till june 5th report like most traders are doing. after that ill give you a rough idea what im trading.
Asem Hasan
Asem Hasan May 29, 2015 11:49PM GMT
I'm still holding my longs been long since march. 12 contracts $45 average 2 contracts $56.84 2 contracts $58.35 total of 16 contracts. $4.20 contango
Crude Equity Trader
Crude Equity Trader May 30, 2015 12:14AM GMT
I think there are more reasons to be bullish than bearish. I'm a bull, but if i were a bear I would be concerned with what will happen when rig counts start increasing and what that means about how confident producers are about future prices. I'd also be wondering about the glut disappearing as production in the U.S. declines and forecasted demand is increasing. And I'd also be wondering what's going to break the current trend of two steps forward, one step back oil has been on in the last few months. What makes June so different? How confident are bears that $60 is the equilibrium price of oil and even more so, if that even matters anymore. There are too many things that could go wrong for me to be a bear, so I'm keeping my position the same for now. OPEC meeting could change things though.
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