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Crude Oil Futures - Sep 14 (CLU4)

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101.58 -0.09    (-0.09%)
10:43:27 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 101.67
  • Open: 101.62
  • Day's Range: 101.32 - 101.82
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Easy Forex
Dollar Strength Ahead Of FOMC Statement
By Easy Forex - Jul 29, 2014

Currencies The euro remains range bounded near its lowest point in the last 8-months against the dollar at 1.3437. The single currency remains under pressure despite the bad data from the monthly US ...

Marshall Gittler
Volatility Continues To Collapse
By Marshall Gittler - Jul 29, 2014

Volatility continues to collapse Yesterday’s range for the EUR/USD was a mere 0.12%, the second-narrowest range since the beginning of the euro, excluding New Year’s day (the /narrowest ...

ICM Brokers
Soft US Housing Data Supports Gold Prices
By ICM Brokers - Jul 29, 2014

Crude OilDisappointing data out of the U.S. housing sector coupled with waning fears that conflicts in the Middle East were threatening global oil supply sent crude futures falling on Monday. Crude ...

ICN.com
Crude Plunges On Rising US Fuel Supply
By ICN.com  - Jul 28, 2014

Crude Oil plummeted in New York and actually fell to a one-week low on speculation that increasing US fuel inventories will prompt refineries to reduce processing rates; US gasoline supplies rose to a...

Gregor Horvat
Has Oil Recovery Ended?
By Gregor Horvat - Jul 28, 2014

Crude Oil rallied away from 98.64 which has been expected because of a completed five wave decline, but it seems that recovery has ended now, close to 61.8% retracement level after three waves up. ...

Marshall Gittler
Has The Dollar Turned The Corner?
By Marshall Gittler - Jul 28, 2014

The notable point about Friday’s market was that the dollar managed to gain against most of its G10 counterparts and a good number of EM currencies despite mixed numbers for the durable goods ...

ActionForex
Markets Open Steadily Ahead Of Busy Week
By ActionForex - Jul 28, 2014

The forex markets opened the week rather steady, with some weakness seen in the Aussie and Kiwi. The dollar pared back some of last week's gain but lossed are limited so far. A rally in China shares ...

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Latest Crude Oil Comments

Balram Meena
Balram Meena Jul 29, 2014 09:15AM GMT
As par Mr. Javed Iqbal the EU ambassadors have approved the fresh sanctions against the Russia, the major supplier of crude oil to the EU countries. Hence the prices of crude will increase.

Joyes Bira
Joyes Bira Jul 29, 2014 07:39AM GMT
sir can u tell oil should up or down
Javed Iqbal
Javed Iqbal Jul 29, 2014 07:52AM GMT
I just share the NEWS, I am not an expert, It is therefore requested to Narinder and mcx raj to kindly guide us, if the sanctions on Russia the crude will go up or not?

Javed Iqbal
Javed Iqbal Jul 29, 2014 07:30AM GMT
EU ambassadors are set to approve fresh sanctions covering the financial sector, energy exploration technology and arms sales. It will be the first time that entire sectors, rather than individuals or firms, have been targeted by the West.. A Downing Street spokeswoman said the measures could in theory be imposed within 24 to 48 hours of being agreed.
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