Crude Oil Futures - Mar 16 (CLH6)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 29.69
  • Open: 30.16
  • Day's Range: 29.33 - 30.61
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Kenny Fisher
US Crude Oil Struggling At Key $30 Level
By Kenny Fisher - Feb 09, 2016

US crude is steady on Tuesday, as March futures trade at the $30 level in the European session. Brent crude futures are currently trading at $33.36. Today’s key event is US JOLTS Job Openings, ...

Boris Schlossberg
Full Collapse: USD/JPY Breaks 115.00
By Boris Schlossberg - Feb 09, 2016

Market Drivers February 09, 2016 USD/JPY drops below 115 JGBs below 0% Nikkei -5.40% Eurostoxx -0.54% Oil $30.00/bbl Gold $1189/oz Europe and AsiaEUR: GE IP -1.2% vs. 0.2%EUR: GE Trade Balance 19.4B...

Doug Short
Weekly Gasoline Price Update: Down 6 Cents
By Doug Short - Feb 09, 2016

It's time again for our weekly gasoline update based on data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The price of Regular and Premium are down six cents each from last week. According to ...

Marc Chandler
Europe Stabilizes After Asia Melts
By Marc Chandler - Feb 09, 2016 2

After a meltdown in Asia, the global capital markets are stabilizing in Europe. The US S&P managed to recoup about half of its losses before the close yesterday, but this gave no comfort to ...

Littlefish FX
USD/JPY Breaches Key Technical Levels
By Littlefish FX - Feb 09, 2016

London Forex Report: USD/JPY Breaches Key Technical Levels London Forex Report: USD/JPY breaches key technical levels overnight as liquidity seems to be exacerbating moves with China out for the week....

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Adam Fo
Adam Fo 1 minute ago
I wish Yellen would just keep her mouth shut she never helps me.
george tomlinson
george tomlinson 2 minutes ago
john lee, don't know if you saw my post but I will be brief. It's all about expectations of the longs. everyone knows supply is way up but what has surprised the bulls is demand is getting weaker because of economic world chaos. there has always been the hook of production cuts and decrease in supply because of rig count decrease of 600+, what a joke. the 600+ rig count decrease is the mom and pops that pumped less then 10 barrels a day. baker hughes is a joke as well. fundamentally, unless a huge geopolitical problem or the saudi's cave, there is just to much oil. What I learned since shorting crude in summer of 2014 is that the analysts are ignorant, ill prepared fools, they have had no clue.
Reservoir  Dogz
Reservoir Dogz Just Now
George, do you even know what a rig is?
Arun Kumar Singh
Arun Kumar Singh 2 minutes ago
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