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Crude Oil Futures - Jun 16 (CLM6)

 
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Crude Oil Futures - Jun 16 (CLM6)

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46.02 -0.01    -0.02%
29/04 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 46.03
  • Open: 45.90
  • Day's Range: 45.24 - 46.77
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MEH MEH
MEH MEH 11 minutes ago
For the producer...An alternative way of hedging against falling crude oil prices while still being able to benefit from a rise in crude oil price is to buy crude oil put options. That is why it's called hedging. and is in no way an indication of producers predicting lower prices. It protects a floor. They are required to do so by their lenders in case of downturn.. I am Meh Meh. Just a student but not learning much here as far as accurate info is concerned.
John Lee
John Lee 7 minutes ago
Are you Doc Saudi? lol
Kiyomi K
Kiyomi K 5 minutes ago
they do covered option- aka 3 way hedge :) -
John Lee
John Lee 4 minutes ago
Don't forget the collars!
CrazY Bull
CrazY Bull 12 minutes ago
PRGN...good or bad?
The Chartist
The Chartist 14 minutes ago
I wish everyone to reply. Considering charts, fundamentals, rumours, algo's, banks, technicals, news, etc. What is the fair value for CLM? Ponder this for a moment and remove emotion, as much bias as one can be expected to, and the noise in this forum ,,, honestly tell me your number. Thank you to all.
SolanaBeach
SolanaBeach 7 minutes ago
Is oil supposed to reflect the current spot value based on current supply and demand fundamentals? That is, void of future expectations and cash flows such as what we have on the value of company share prices? One of the problems with oil prices today (and possibly, always the problem) is the expectations and manipulations occurring to influence prices and to anticipate future conditions. The crazies producing oil (I am referring to OPEC, not producers affected by capitalistic influences) add so much uncertainty to pricing. Just my take.
The Chartist
The Chartist 1 minute ago
Fair enough, how about a ballpark figure for this month/week then?
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