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Crude Oil Futures - Apr 15 (CLJ5)

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49.44 +1.26    (+2.63%)
27/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 48.17
  • Open: 48.92
  • Day's Range: 48.49 - 49.91
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Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Mar 01, 2015 04:59AM GMT
There's a psychological link between Brent and WTI, which I earlier called a rubber band. It's delaying the WTI price adjustment. The Saudi's could play a role here. Any move down in the Brent will accelerate the adjustment in WTI, and without much additional cost to OPEC, because the Chinese market is there in support.

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Mar 01, 2015 04:50AM GMT
S alam you said crude on jan 28th was 45.23 and jan 29th went back to $45.23. This not considered a double dip. Definition of a double dip, there has to be a sort of a rebound before it dips again, even if it a one week rebound. when this double dip occurs, Most likely it will be capitulation selling and you be terrified from stepping in because crude will be free falling, so my best advise. you set a price to buy, that makes you content and not rush in to buy or be too scared, and once you make your purchase at your set price, turnoff your computer.

Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Mar 01, 2015 04:47AM GMT
James, on the swap traders versus the big money, isn't that where a contango market begins unraveling? Eventually the swap traders can only find short interests to take the other side of the contracts.
Steve Fenety
Steve Fenety Mar 01, 2015 05:21AM GMT
I wonder how much discipline there will be among the buyers who are holding for a contango profit if some of them give up and start unloading inventory? It's not a rhetorical question.
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