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Crude Oil Futures - Sep 15 (CLU5)

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46.80 -1.72    -3.54%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 48.52
  • Open: 48.41
  • Day's Range: 46.71 - 48.61
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Kathy Lien
August: Fasten Your FX Seatbelt
By Kathy Lien - Jul 31, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Will August be Another Great Month for the Dollar? Euro: No Syriza Party Referendum this Weekend GBP: Historic Week Ahead for ...

Ashraf Laidi
The Euro-Oil Relationship
By Ashraf Laidi - Jul 31, 2015

The relationship between oil prices and the euro remains unambiguously positively correlated, especially as the renewed decline in energy reflects a secular bear market in commodities accompanied by a...

Marc Chandler
8 Things To Know This Weekend
By Marc Chandler - Jul 31, 2015

The US dollar is mostly firmer, with the dollar-bloc under-performing. Month-end flows appear to be favoring the euro though the Swiss franc is also firmer. While the dollar is within Thursday's ...

Jeremy Cook
U.S. GDP Points To September Rate Hike
By Jeremy Cook - Jul 31, 2015

US growth brings optimism Following the Fed meeting on Wednesday, eyes shifted to yesterday’s GDP announcement from the States. While the statement from the FOMC was almost laser-focused on the ...

Boris Schlossberg
Commodity Dollars Eye Saturday Data
By Boris Schlossberg - Jul 31, 2015

Market Drivers July 31, 2015 Kiwi Slides on drop in business sentiment EOM flows subdued Nikkei 0.30% Europe 0.24% Oil $47/bbl Gold $1081/oz. Europe and Asia NZD ANZ Business Confidence -15.3 vs. ...

Scott Krisiloff
Company Notes Digest 7.31.15
By Scott Krisiloff - Jul 31, 2015

Each week I read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of my investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some of the most important quotes about the economy...

ICM Brokers
Oil And Gold Fall: July 31, 2015
By ICM Brokers - Jul 31, 2015

CL Crude oil fell slightly on Thursday reversing territory following a late sell-off, as energy traders reacted to the long-term ramifications of an unexpected supply draw and indications that Saudi ...

Kathy Lien
They Just Keep Buying Dollars
By Kathy Lien - Jul 30, 2015 1

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. They Just Keep Buying Dollars Euro Extends Losses on Data and Greek Developments AUD Hits Fresh 6-Year Low NZD Extends Losses ...

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Neil  Young
Neil Young Aug 01, 2015 09:29PM GMT
I love this headline released today "President Obama Set to Push Iran Nuclear Deal ... . Under the deal, Iran will also be allowed to sell oil to the U.S. once again. " 30's oil in queue, then 20's, short remains the trade for profits, fact.

Baloch Lion
Baloch Lion Aug 01, 2015 09:26PM GMT
i think Mr. Neil is 200% wrong n think less as we know very well its impossible to reach $20 how we don't know about industrial growth in 1998 and in 2015 ?

Jo sh
Jo sh Aug 01, 2015 08:50PM GMT
50+ again by thursday. Big banks just waiting till all the fools put their savings in shorts before they drive up the price again and take your cash
leo ma
leo ma Aug 01, 2015 08:56PM GMT
"another" one
Jaso Lohan
Jaso Lohan Aug 01, 2015 09:08PM GMT
Wait until we challenge the lows. The bulls will be so thick you'll have to scrape off your boots :)
Neil  Young
Neil Young Aug 01, 2015 09:23PM GMT
What Leo said. Good grief, why do bulls cheerlead bs?
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