Crude Oil Futures - Jan 16 (CLF6)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

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  • Open: 43.13
  • Day's Range: 43.07 - 43.26
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Matthew Weller
CAD/JPY: Potential For Prodigious Period
By Matthew Weller - Nov 25, 2015

There is one little-followed pair that could be shaping up for a big move as we head into next week. CAD/JPY has been consolidating in an increasingly tight range for the last three months, bounded on...

Kathy Lien
Is Thanksgiving Always Quiet For The Dollar?
By Kathy Lien - Nov 25, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. For many investors this typically means it is time to start unwinding ...

Dan Flynn
Oil Could Spike On Russian Reaction
By Dan Flynn - Nov 25, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving! Good Morning! In the overnight electronic session the December corn is currently trading at 365 ¾, which is 1 ½ of a cent higher. The trading range has been 366 ...

Haven Assets Climb On Eastern Tensions
By Alvexo - Nov 25, 2015

Tumult in the Middle East has trends in global markets being heavily affected, with traders moving in herds toward haven assets as their sentiment on risk takes a turn. A Russian fighter jet recently ...

The National Bank of Canada
Rising Geopolitical Tension Casts Shadow On U.S. GDP
By The National Bank of Canada - Nov 25, 2015

Rising tensionsGeopolitics came to the forefront yesterday, casting a shadow over the highly respectable U.S. GDP results (+2.1%) posted earlier in the day. Fears of a conflict in the Middle East ...

Sober Look
Markets Jolted By Downing Of Russian Jet
By Sober Look - Nov 25, 2015

We begin with the market reaction to the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Turkey as tensions escalated on Tuesday.The lira fell and Turkish bond yields rose (first chart below shows the dollar ...

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Brida Runaway
Brida Runaway Just Now
Many asked me why SA won't cut. The problem is not SA. SA have no probleme to cut and they will do it tomorrow. The probleme is the Greedy OPEC member like, Venezuala , Algeria, Iran, Nigeria ,Angla. U already hear what Algeria minister said "what the use of organization that can't protect market price" such greedy behave he want just take not give. THEY WANT MAMA SA GIVE THEM FREE MONEY. SA reply " u r big enough", IRAN, Algeria, Venezual, Angola all support Putin and Assad .
Theodoridis Thomas
Theodoridis Thomas 1 minute ago
Another lesson, if you leave things green and you have to leave the desk even for a date or for a while. Close every position, even if they are slightly red. You will be definitely unlucky and you will see your masterpieces brought down
Kenan Atalay
Kenan Atalay 32 minutes ago
Small correction would be healthier before going up
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