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63.20 -0.07    -0.11%
01:25:40 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel
  • Prev. Close: 63.27
  • Open: 63.27
  • Day's Range: 63.13 - 63.30
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Brent Oil 63.20 -0.07 -0.11%

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Get free historical data for Brent Oil Futures. You'll find the closing price, open, high, low, change and %change of the Brent Oil Futures for the selected range of dates. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly or monthly time intervals. At the bottom of the table you'll find the data summary for the selected range of dates.
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10/24/2017 - 11/23/2017
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Nov 23, 2017 63.20 63.22 63.23 63.13 - -0.13%
Nov 22, 2017 63.28 63.08 63.41 62.62 - 1.13%
Nov 21, 2017 62.57 62.10 62.87 62.07 338.16K 0.56%
Nov 20, 2017 62.22 62.80 62.80 61.44 283.48K -0.80%
Nov 17, 2017 62.72 61.41 62.92 61.08 356.74K 2.22%
Nov 16, 2017 61.36 61.88 62.15 61.25 314.06K -0.82%
Nov 15, 2017 61.87 61.55 62.13 61.30 279.41K -0.55%
Nov 14, 2017 62.21 63.06 63.17 61.21 418.94K -1.50%
Nov 13, 2017 63.16 63.68 63.77 62.61 335.15K -0.57%
Nov 10, 2017 63.52 63.80 64.27 63.35 307.97K -0.64%
Nov 09, 2017 63.93 63.52 64.25 63.26 319.86K 0.69%
Nov 08, 2017 63.49 63.69 64.64 62.95 418.07K -0.31%
Nov 07, 2017 63.69 64.12 64.65 63.50 389.46K -0.90%
Nov 06, 2017 64.27 62.27 64.44 62.08 356.99K 3.54%
Nov 03, 2017 62.07 60.88 62.23 60.60 272.74K 2.39%
Nov 02, 2017 60.62 60.50 60.86 60.02 289.30K 0.21%
Nov 01, 2017 60.49 61.07 61.70 60.00 337.76K -1.43%
Oct 31, 2017 61.37 60.86 61.41 60.53 29.12K 0.77%
Oct 30, 2017 60.90 60.66 61.00 60.14 168.54K 0.76%
Oct 27, 2017 60.44 59.37 60.65 58.82 209.89K 1.92%
Oct 26, 2017 59.30 58.42 59.55 58.05 232.28K 1.47%
Oct 25, 2017 58.44 58.44 58.74 57.85 260.55K 0.19%
Oct 24, 2017 58.33 57.41 58.57 57.04 334.68K 1.67%
Oct 23, 2017 57.37 57.95 58.05 57.27 353.07K -0.66%
Highest: 64.65 Lowest: 57.04 Difference: 7.61 Average: 61.70 Change %: 9.44

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Adjusted EW counting with current mo vement, assuming we have reached the top already: https://invst.ly/5w-rb
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And remember, buy the rumours, SELL the news. OPEC deal is already priced in. Any other outcome lower than 9 months extension will take price down.
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the rally in brent crude seems over for timebeing near 63.5,,
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747 rigs
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Daniel Van In It should be the other way around.
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Takes a while to turn an oil tanker around
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MB, check rig count history vs price of oil.. notice a pattern?
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Daniel Van In Yeah, I did, you're right! but I can't understand the reason behind that. I saw that as more supply means lower price!
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It must have something to do with supply trailing demand, but I think that some key things have changed since then, e.g. supply should catch up quicker with demand and generally people are less concerned about oil running out any time soon
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