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39,100.00 -200.00    -0.51%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
  • Prev. Close: 39,300.00
  • Open: 39,290.00
  • Day's Range: 38,510.00 - 39,290.00
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Crude Oil WTI 39,100.00 -200.00 -0.51%

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Prev. Close39,300
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Tick Size10
Open39,290
Contract Size50 kiloliter
Tick Value500
Day's Range38,510 - 39,290
Settlement TypeCash
Base Symbol33
52 wk Range27,140 - 40,470
Settlement DayN/A
Point Value1 = ¥50
1-Year Change21.09%
Last Rollover DayN/A
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Karl Briscoe
Karl Briscoe 15 minutes ago
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The reason why prices moved down Thursday is the same reason why prices move against the trend every single month at contract expiration time. The folks holding futures contracts that made them money are scurrying to get their profits before they get run over by their buddies. The folks who believe oil is still in the upswing will be buying their December contracts starting Monday to run this thing up into the 1st of November before the bears take it over again, & try to drive it down against the physical market. You should know this as much of a veteran of the game as you are. And I believe you do know this & are trying to get as many people on the wrong side of the game as possible to get back in at a good price.
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Tisk tisk Mr. Bond. You should already see that I'm on top of my game tonight. Don't make me send Dr. Evil after you this weekend.
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James Bond
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@Karl Boss...  oil prices was dropped on Thursday and as well early on Friday in London session if you remember. Monday European will sell again hopefully. the oil price was moved up on friday in N.A session due M.E uncertainty. But next week till API and EIA.. prices will be rangeboud and sideline again or may be south will be direction.  Lets see..
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Karl Briscoe
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Just because rig count is dying doesn't mean that demand is dying at all. What it means is that the market better wake up, & start to allow the producers a chance to bring on more production by allowing it to be profitable, or we are going to have the largest shortage in the history of the industrialized world. I will say this ten thousand more times if necessary. But that shortage gets closer every single hour of every day.
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