Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘oil futures’

Oil prices have attempted to grow today

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Oil prices are trying to break up after a failed attempt to climb yesterday. Since the beginning of the current day prices for petroleum futures Brent and Light Sweet have risen by about 0,5%. Factors to the rise in oil prices has a long list, but the players of the oil market appears nowhere in no hurry to pending publication of the official report of the U.S. Department of Energy, which will be released tomorrow.


Oil prices rebounded after a fall, but the bullish happiness was short-lived today

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Oil prices continued mixed dynamics today. Friday’s collapse has been changed for the oil price climbing today. However, oil prices this afternoon, traded on the positive territory, fell again – down from the beginning of the day by 0,7%.


Sleeping DJIA could climb higher by the end of trading

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Despite the fact that the trading at the US stocks opened in the green zone, now the Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to decrease, dragging the other leading indexes along. The DJIA dropped 0.27% recently, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq followed, decreasing 0.45% and 0.76%, respectively.


The DJIA grew rapidly in the first half of today’s session

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average along with the other leading U.S. indexes continue to demonstrate positive tendency during the first half of today’s trading at the major U.S. stocks. The investors are apparently relying on the financial results of the U.S. companies, ignoring even the decrease of Portugal’s rating by the Moody’s agency.


The premarket shows that the DJIA will continue to rise

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

Despite the fact that the futures of Dow Jones Industrial Average along with the other U.S. indexes were trading with a small decrease during the day, it is expected that the main session will open in green area. The data about the primary applications for unemployment appeared to be much better than expected and so led to the change of investor’s attitude.


Oil prices began a successful rally today

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Oil prices continued to recover, a bullish trend has swept commodity markets. Prices for petroleum futures Brent and Light Sweet today recovered after four days of declines. However, the price of oil since the beginning of the day so far has not significantly changed after the day before they fell to their three-week minimum. Analitki await further increase oil prices.


Oil prices are waiting for the miracle today

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Prices for Brent and Light Sweet oil futures remain practically unchanged over the past few hours, staying in the same range in which they were established about three hours earlier. Oil prices futures transactions were ($ / bbl.): – Light, Sweet Crude Oil (August) – 74.56 (-1.07) in the range of quotations 74,21-75,40; – IPE Brent Crude (August) – 73.91 (-1.10) in the range of quotations 73,56-74,65.


Dollar index and oil prices continue rally today

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Oil prices do not cease to grow the entire trading today. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet traded in the positive zone. Prices of oil futures have risen since the beginning of the day by about 0.5%, after the day before they fell in one day at 3% and for the first two weeks have been established below the level of 76 dollars per barrel.


Oil prices fell to a minimum today

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Oil prices fell today. Quotes of the oil market on Monday 28 June on the basis of bidding closed with a decrease in price in light of weakening demand for crude oil and refined products amid fears of a mature storm in the Gulf of Mexico. On the New York Stock Exchange New York Mercantile Exchange price of July futures for petroleum of mark Light Sweet fell by 0.61, or 0.8%, and its price was 78.25 dollars per barrel.


The DJIA collapse and the beginning of the second wave of crisis

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average fell victim to a combination of circumstances today. Fears about the pace of global growth hit financial markets hard Tuesday, with stocks sliding and investors stampeding into the safety of the dollar and U.S. government bonds. Concerns about euro zone sovereign debt were once again partly driving the weaker sentiment, as the European Central Bank scrambled to reassure markets that Thursday’s expiration of a EUR442 billion bank-lending program won’t destabilize the financial system.