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Crude Oil Futures - Nov 14 (CLX4)

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91.48 +0.60    (+0.67%)
20:20:08 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 90.87
  • Open: 90.84
  • Day's Range: 90.66 - 92.05
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max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 08:21PM GMT
If WTI could not affect by Shanghai commodity Exchange; that's a ridiculous claim, same just as claiming middle east unrest won't affect WTI. We only have two crude standards: WTI and Brent trading right now. WTI is higher quality standard and lower price; why the hell the whole world is willing to suffer the heavier price and lower standard? Shanghai commodity exchange opens to change that, Winston Churchill already spoke during the WWII: British lost global power to the U.S; if Russia was a reliable ally, British will not mind to surrender the control to them; if EU was much better a competitor against the U.S, British will not choose China.

max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 07:13PM GMT
Green technology in Europe and U.S killed crude demand, but jap economy has been frozen since 1997. So new global demand for crude has moved to east, that's the point for Shanghai commodity exchange to open this Friday. Jap market stand out as the only challenge in demand against the Chinese. So in this week for crude to move up, JPY has to move up.
crude man
crude man Sep 23, 2014 07:44PM GMT
hahahaha if you think that the Japs for Shanghai commodity exchange are going to have any impact on WTI ... United States crude then you are on DOPE
max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 07:54PM GMT
Yes, heavily, when we see WTI traded in NYEX, it also means Mexican crude and OPEC crude. It was never the U.S produced crude until Bush Jr. and Obama tabbed into the domestic production.
max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 07:55PM GMT
In another word, its the percentage of Mexican Crude and OPEC crude flow to trade as London Brent.
max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 08:01PM GMT
So WTI or Brent are only standards and market exchange, U.S surplus is not that big. Besides it is the market or demand that makes the price, not the supplier when there are competitions around.

Arbab Ali
Arbab Ali Sep 23, 2014 06:56PM GMT
i need advice, if cude goes back to 92.00 shall i short sell it? add me at sarbabali@gmail**** thank you
max zhang
max zhang Sep 23, 2014 07:34PM GMT
My advice is if USD/JPY at 105, hold it until Friday; if anything above that number, hold it at your own risk.
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