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Crude Oil Futures - Mar 17 (CLH7)

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Please note: the Crude Oil contract rolled over on Jan 20, 2017 to the Mar 17 contract
53.19 +1.07    +2.05%
20/01 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 52.12
  • Open: 52.24
  • Day's Range: 52.13 - 53.67
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Crude Oil 53.19 +1.07 +2.05%

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Chris Hamel
Gardener 3 minutes ago
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Loco Bull, don't beat yourself up about DRYS, i have never seen selling pressure like that. The business has made improvements yet the stock continues to sell like crazy. It is almost unbelievable how that stock is trading, completley disconnected from reality. priced for 100% certain BK imho, yet it has a decent shot of surviving the downturn. Is there a stock more volatile?!
Chris Hamel
Gardener 1 minute ago
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Aside from the stock price and the horrid gut checks, does it look like DRYS can survive. That is the what matters
doc saudi
doc saudi Just Now
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Stone Energy is BK now..look at action there!! Need to do more DD than spend time here for everything. Including Oil economics.
Tbone One
Tbone One 51 minutes ago
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There is a correlation of a rig and the production of oil.
doc saudi
doc saudi 46 minutes ago
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So, over 70% less of high of over 1600>..lol. Your point?
Tao Fang
Tao Fang 40 minutes ago
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Correlation but expect lag time
doc saudi
doc saudi 37 minutes ago
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rigs punch holes..pump jacks produce oil..Rigs are prep only...keep calm, FACT.
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doc saudi 34 minutes ago
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There is no correlation of rigs and production. Period.
Tao Fang
Tao Fang 10 minutes ago
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No short term correlation due to lag time. Remember that rigs count fell in late 2014 but production only starts to decline gently since mid 2016
Tbone One
Tbone One 1 hour ago
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The # of rigs added was jaw dropping. For US producers its a race to the bottom to be the lowest cost producers.They do not expect higher prices. The excpect to be profitable @ $40 and below. THere will never be a supply/demand balance, there is just to much oil and much more is on the way. China and India will not provide the necessary demand for that balance to occure. China just reported ther lowest GDP since 1990.
doc saudi
doc saudi 58 minutes ago
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rigs don't pump oil
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What was GDP in China 1990, POM? It was 3.8%. Record low. This board a tard forum, mostly.
Tao Fang
Tao Fang 39 minutes ago
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Lowest GDP GROWTH I guess
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