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Crude Oil Futures - Jul 15 (CLN5)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 57.68
  • Open: 57.96
  • Day's Range: 57.74 - 60.69
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Eric De Groot
Oil Traders Follow Market’s Message
By Eric De Groot - May 29, 2015

The fact that 'everyone' is fleeing oil's biggest fund is bullish for oil. Those that disagree should be asking themselves how many of today's sellers, largely followers of price and joiners of the ...

Gregory W. Harmon
Oil Likes The limelight
By Gregory W. Harmon - May 29, 2015

Tony Blair took a selfie in front of an oil field on fire several years ago. Back then oil had been a sleep commodity, but this may have given it the taste of the limelight. Today closes out trading ...

ICM Brokers
Oil And Gold Move Higher: May 29, 2015
By ICM Brokers - May 29, 2015

CL Crude oil futures edged up modestly on Thursday, trimming earlier losses in the session, amid sharper-than-expected declines in weekly stockpiles. US crude oil inventories fell again last week, at ...

IForex Daily : May 29, 2014
By iFOREX - May 29, 2015

The dollar posted little change on Thursday, in a rather quiet trading session following mixed data from the U.S., as jobless claims rose to a four-week high while pending home sales increased. The ...

U.S. Oil Production Sets Modern Record
By EconMatters  - May 29, 2015

EIA Report I looked over the weekly Petroleum Inventory Report put out by the EIA today and the biggest takeaway by far was that US Oil Production set a new modern era high at 9.566 Million Barrels ...

Lance Roberts
Oil: Damage Done?
By Lance Roberts - May 28, 2015 3

Oil-Price Recovery Or 'Dead-Cat' Bounce Since the beginning of the year Oil Prices prices (using West Texas Intermediate Crude as a proxy) have bounced from their lows following the collapse last ...

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North Nickel
North Nickel May 30, 2015 10:24PM GMT
just keeping you guys posted. during monday I will be getting some shorts cause of the panic that will happen before june 5th. Ill most likely get out before june 5th and then follow the trend after the report. trade safe inverters.

gohei nishina
gohei nishina May 30, 2015 07:37PM GMT
I became determined to buy in "Kagiasi (Weekly)". This week's forecast range 56.55-60.71 by TS.We rush to come and full-fledged upward trend beyond the upper limit line.

Mike Dedmonton
Mike Dedmonton May 30, 2015 04:52PM GMT
Just looking at crude inventories, every week in May did have a draw down, total -11.5 mmbbl which is the greatest in the years I looked at (2011 and up). This is unusual to have 4 weeks of draw (but this is an unusual year). Typically, the fist week in June also a draw on stocks, but since imports have been light, I think we will see a build. The shale oil is more like a condensate, low on the heavier ends (kerosene, distillate) but great for making gasoline. Right now, gasoline is at records for this time of year, distillate is lower band of 5 year average, and kerosene is below 5 yr average. I think refineries will want to process a heavier crude. I think we will have the uptick in imports which will show as a build (might be this week, but no guarantee). This week could be very interesting.
The Prophet
The Prophet May 30, 2015 04:56PM GMT
Demand for motor gasoline over the last four weeks averaged over 9.2 million barrels a day, up 1.6% from the same period a year earlier.
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