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Crude Oil Futures - May 15 (CLK5)

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48.50 -0.38    (-0.77%)
12:56:46 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 48.87
  • Open: 48.55
  • Day's Range: 47.66 - 48.76
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Stock futures higher, but crude oil weakens
Stock futures higher, but crude oil weakens
By Reuters - Mar 30, 2015

By Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose on Monday, pointing to a second straight daily gain as a trio of M&A deals lifted sentiment after a recent bout of ...

Oil futures down 2% as markets eye Iran deal
Oil futures down 2% as markets eye Iran deal
By Investing.com - Mar 30, 2015

Investing.com - Crude oil futures extended sharp losses from the previous session on Monday, amid signs of progress in discussions between western diplomats and Iran over its disputed nuclear ...

Oil prices drop on possible Iran deal, dollar
Oil prices drop on possible Iran deal, dollar
By Reuters - Mar 30, 2015

By Christopher Johnson LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Monday as officials from Iran and six world powers discussed a possible deal over Tehran's nuclear programme that could bring an end ...

Asia shares swing higher as China nears seven year high
Asia shares swing higher as China nears seven year high
By Reuters - Mar 30, 2015

By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stock markets rose on Monday, with China stocks nearing a seven-year peak on hopes for more infrastructure spending and policy stimulus, while oil prices ...

NYMEX crude oil down in Asia as investors keep eye on Yemen
NYMEX crude oil down in Asia as investors keep eye on Yemen
By Investing.com - Mar 29, 2015

Investing.com - Crude oil futures held weaker in early Asia on Monday as investors monitored events in Yemen and looked ahead to U.S. jobs data later in the week.On the New York Mercantile Exchange, ...

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Spicy Mikey
Spicy Mikey Mar 30, 2015 12:50PM GMT
So I just logged on and see we held tight last night and are about even with Friday's close. I'm a little surprised. From a purely technical perspective many were expecting a 20% bounce this morning. If the market doesn't recover some of those loses, I think that's a bearish sign for tomorrow (or maybe even the afternoon session). After that stunning drop there doesn't seem to be enough buyers rushing in.
Day Trader
Day Trader Mar 30, 2015 12:52PM GMT
who is "WE"?

Day Trader
Day Trader Mar 30, 2015 12:38PM GMT
Iran nuclear deal to see $20 oil if Tehran floods crude market. . Flights to Tehran from Dubai have been crammed in recent months with Western executives flooding into the Iranian capital ahead of a potential lifting of economic sanctions. Potentially one of the Middle East’s biggest economies, Iran has been frozen out by the West over its refusal to give up its aspirations to become a nuclear power. But a binding deal that would bring the Islamic state in from the cold appears tantalisingly close as negotiators thrash out terms in talks being held in Lausanne, Switzerland, over the weekend. In terms of commodities, the biggest impact that a resumption of normal economic relations with Iran will open up is in the oil industry. Tehran is a sleeping oil giant, which has been frozen out of international markets and denied access to key technology and investment that could lead to a massive surge in ... http://peakoil.com/publicpolicy/iran-nuclear-deal-to-see-20-oil-if-tehran-floods-crude-market
The Maven
The Maven Mar 30, 2015 12:47PM GMT
Tehran cannot "flood the markets" with oil. First, Tehran has no money and they are losing money on every barrel they bring out of the ground... so they cannot afford to pump more oil when the price is this low. So you are telling us they will do things to bring the price to $20? That is ridiculous.
Day Trader
Day Trader Mar 30, 2015 12:53PM GMT
ridiculous? exactly what i thought of your post. glty.
Manoj Sah
Manoj Sah Mar 30, 2015 12:55PM GMT
TM you are right but it will certainly pull the trice to $33

Dayne Douglas
Dayne Douglas Mar 30, 2015 12:37PM GMT
Deal.... or no deal?
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