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Crude Oil Futures - Jan 15 (CLF5)

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66.06 -7.63    (-10.35%)
28/11 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 73.69
  • Open: 68.93
  • Day's Range: 65.85 - 69.60
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Chris Kimble
Crude’s Crashing — $35 In Sight?
By Chris Kimble - Nov 28, 2014

  About 60 days ago the Power of the Pattern suggested that the "most important commodity on the planet" should be on its way to the $70 zone if the bottom of the pennant pattern broke support. Well, ...

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It's that time of year again, when Wall Street strategists and other pundits give their forecasts for 2015. This is not an unusual year in that we have seen some bullish, bearish and ...

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Oil And Gold: November 28, 2014
By ICM Brokers - Nov 28, 2014

CLCrude oil fell to a four-year low after OPEC kept its oil production unchanged, OPEC maintained its collective ceiling of 30 million barrels a day, Ali Al-Naimi, Saudi Arabia’s oil minister, ...

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Dow JonesDow Jones Industrial Average closed at an all-time high. As U.S. stock indexes rose to records, while the dollar fell and Treasuries climbed, as investors assessed American economic data. ...

Crude Oil Declines After OPEC Meeting
By Dailyfx  - Nov 28, 2014

Since hitting its 2015 peak in June, US Crude Oil prices had dropped more than 30 percent to below $75 per barrel through this week. That tumble was violently extended today when an OPEC (Organization...

Anna Coulling
Oil Prices Fall As OPEC Remains Calm
By Anna Coulling - Nov 28, 2014

As we come to the end of a holiday shortened week with Thanksgiving celebrations in the US, crude oil has continued its relentless bearish trend lower in overnight trading, with the January futures ...

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abdelaziz alashqar
abdelaziz alashqar Nov 29, 2014 06:27AM GMT
The normal price of crude will be in the range of $ 64 - 72 for coming 3 months period, unless OPEC did not agree to reduce the production, we are saying, why 64 - 72 ? it is the actual cost of American crude oil.

Prakash Agwani
Prakash Agwani Nov 29, 2014 05:11AM GMT
Crude down to 66 USD.....moved as suggested to all our paid clients....

garry crude
garry crude Nov 29, 2014 04:59AM GMT
dropping crude prices, will lead to layoffs is not good economy. it will put world in to recession. No one know where the price of crude will stop. it is falling without the break.
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