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50.98 +0.35    +0.69%
21/10 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 50.63
  • Open: 50.67
  • Day's Range: 50.23 - 51.02
Crude Oil 50.98 +0.35 +0.69%

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Crude prices rise, hold above $50 after Russian comments By Investing.com - Oct 21, 2016

Investing.com - U.S. oil rose on Friday, hovering above the $50 a barrel threshold after Russia reiterated its commitment to contribute to a global output freeze, although a stronger U.S. dollar ...

Oil rises on Russia's output freeze commitment By Reuters - Oct 21, 2016

By Karolin Schaps LONDON (Reuters) - Oil edged higher on Friday as Russia reiterated its commitment to joining a producers' output freeze to stem a two-year slide in prices but a strong dollar ...

Two workers die in fire at Saudi Aramco plant By Reuters - Oct 20, 2016

DOHA (Reuters) - Saudi Aramco said on Thursday that two workers died of injuries sustained in a fire that broke out at its Wasea crude oil plant in central Saudi Arabia. The state oil firm said late ...

Wall St mixed after earnings, data; oil retreats   By Investing.com - Oct 20, 2016

Investing.com – U.S. stocks mixed early Thursday on mixed earnings, data; fall in oil.The DJI was up 0.17% at 10:30 ET, while the S&P 500 index fell 0.05%.The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite ...

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narinder anand
narinder anand 12 minutes ago
Jerry Lee
Jerry Lee 11 minutes ago
Your call @$45 is still valid?
The Maven
The Maven 45 minutes ago
They say that with oil at $60 the supply increase in the US would be about 9mbpd and that virtually all that supply would come from the Permian and almost none of it from OPEC.
BridaBlockAXA 42 minutes ago
the premian need 8 month to hit the market.. ... so I'm expecting US production to increase consistently starting early 2017 no matter what the price is
John Lee
John Lee 42 minutes ago
THEY would be incorrect. Res Dogz is spot on about production relative to price. It will be $80+ before we see 9 mb/d production again.
John Lee
John Lee 41 minutes ago
Brida, try H2 of 2017.
BridaBlockAXA 41 minutes ago
Re in 2017 US production will increase no matter what the price is
John Lee
John Lee 40 minutes ago
If I were to put a date when the US begins to produce 9 mb/d again, that would be July, 2018.
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Red Hot Scorpion
Red Hot Scorpion 1 hour ago
No apparent let up in verbal simulation. They know, as soon as they stop this hookah pump, it will tank back to 45.
Reservoir Dogz
Reservoir Dogz 58 minutes ago
$45 if the meeting is disastrous.
superr007 54 minutes ago
40's gone .it will go 55 and then 60 :)
The Maven
The Maven 51 minutes ago
"Verbal stimulation" love that phrase.
BridaBlockAXA 45 minutes ago
without clear political view trading oil is gambling now.. .. it can go to 120$ like 30$.. the only safe market is NG, or shorting Biotech...and in the election day ...u play Euro/GBP or short USD depending on result...oil will stay in this range until the politic is clear
james tremblay
james tremblay 42 minutes ago
the meeting will not be disastrous, they will make it appear as if the saudi and others slightly cut(maybe a token 500kbpd cut) while the remaining bunch will say they cap production at a specific level. Russia will then say their production cap is 11millionbpd..... The agreement will be for 6 month.
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