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Natural Gas Futures - Jan 15 (NGF5)

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4.401 -0.035    (-0.79%)
6:22:05 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 4.436
  • Open: 4.436
  • Day's Range: 4.397 - 4.449
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Dhinakaran Rajarathinam
Dhinakaran Rajarathinam Nov 26, 2014 06:12AM GMT
sell@cmp, target 269, SL275

Volume Trader
Volume Trader Nov 26, 2014 05:49AM GMT
Crude oil drops as production cut speculation fades. Two big themes were running through US trading today, the lack of reaction to a strong GDP report and an unravelling of speculation that big oil production cuts could be on the way.. . US indices finished in positive territory after trading basically flat much of the day. Considering the big upward US Q3 GDP revision announced in the morning, this comes off as disappointing. The tepid response to good news suggests high expectations and strong growth have already been baked into stock prices and could be a sign of exhaustion. It also may be a sign that traders are reluctant to charge too far ahead of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.. . Crude oil, meanwhile sold off today after Russia indicated it has no plans to cut production any time soon, and rumours circulated that OPEC may focus more on bringing cheaters into line and bringing production in line with current quotas rather than cutting them.

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Volume Trader Nov 26, 2014 05:46AM GMT
Crude Oil WTI is holding steady near $76.00 and above $75.00 a round number where it broke a downtrend line. RSI continues to climb toward 50 indicating downward pressure easing. Channel resistance in place near $77.00.
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Volume Trader Nov 26, 2014 05:53AM GMT
*near74 and above
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