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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 15 (CLN5)

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59.77 +0.04    +0.08%
1:31:28 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 59.72
  • Open: 59.85
  • Day's Range: 59.76 - 59.93
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USD/JPY: Sell Above March Highs
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Oil Falls Sharply, Gold Inches Up
By ICM Brokers - May 25, 2015

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IForex Daily : May 25, 2014
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Following the positive inflation data from the U.S, the dollar continued to rise against most major currencies ending the week in positive territory. The Core CPI rose 0.3% for the month, its highest ...

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Gold: Sensing Its Selling Has Stopped
By Mark Mead Baillie - May 25, 2015

To quote the fictitious, yet widely beloved, Thomas Magnum: "I know what you're thinking." Entitle this piece with the inference that gold isn't going to go down anymore, and quick as wit, 'twill ...

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Vinc Renard
Vinc Renard May 26, 2015 12:50AM GMT
€/$ 1.0939. crude going sub 58 today
Highlander Man
Highlander Man May 26, 2015 12:54AM GMT
right on VR, on its way now .... $59.75 at 8:53 PM ET ... short is the trade Sherlock ... http://www.livecharts.co.uk/MarketCharts/crude.php

Highlander Man
Highlander Man May 26, 2015 12:49AM GMT
8:44 PM ET ... the dollar is stronger, brent and gold are weaker, wti is weak, but not as weak as it should be in relation to the dollar and the other two commodities, albeit wti will get whacked down in light of the other three benchmarks, it always does .... GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares slip, dollar stands tall http://www.cnbc.com/id/102705481 Greece's ongoing debt crisis kept pressure on the euro. ... I am bearish on oil for these reasons. I am not buying into the bullshht today blabbered all over the news wires like a crying spoiled brat re Crude oil edged up, after marking gains in Monday's thinned trading as firm global demand offset the effects of a stronger dollar. = hogwash imho, we have seen the cry wolf story too many times, such is for sheeple only. GLTA.
The Prophet
The Prophet May 26, 2015 01:18AM GMT
Weaker? It's up. dude, whatever it is you are drinking or smoking, you better stop before it gets real expensive.

Buggs Bunny
Buggs Bunny May 26, 2015 12:24AM GMT
The strong rally in WTI from Mar 17 to May 5 can be largely explained by hedge fund short covering. In mid March, hedge fund short positions peaked with WTI-linked futures and options amounting to 209 million barrels of oil. Since that time, hedge fund short positions have declined more than 55% to roughly 93 million barrels. . . During this same period of time hedge funds only added 2% to long positions in oil or roughly 7 million barrels. Not to say that fundamentals don't play a part in price, but the hedge funds tend to accelerate and/or exacerbate the moves in price in both directions
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