New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)

MarketWatch  Dec 18  Comment 
Crude-oil futures settled 4.2% lower on Thursday, snapping a two-session winning streak. Crude for January delivery finished $2.36 lower at $54.11 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the lowest settlement for a front-month oil...
MarketWatch  Dec 16  Comment 
Oil futures settled two cents higher on Tuesday, after swinging wildly from mid-session on and trading as low as $53.60 a barrel and as high as $57.15 a barrel. Oil for January delivery finished at $55.93 a barrel on the New York Mercantile...
MarketWatch  Dec 15  Comment 
Nymex January WTI oil futures fell $1.90, or 3.3%, to close at $55.91 a barrel on Monday, the lowest finish for a nearby futures contract since May 2009. Oil futures have been in a steep decline since midyear attributed to a global supply glut...
MarketWatch  Nov 30  Comment 
U.S. crude-oil futures spiraled further down in electronic trade late Sunday, with the most-active January 2015 contract breaking below the $65-a-barrel handle to hit $64.90 as East Asian markets opened. The drop represented a 2% fall from the...
OilVoice  Nov 28  Comment 
The Futures contract of Brent crude Oil for delivery in January 2015 on the New York Mercantile Exchange dropped 6.15 to 71.25 a barrel before closing at 72.58 a barrel on November 27th Owing to a
OilVoice  Nov 25  Comment 
The Futures contract of Brent crude Oil for delivery in January on New York Mercantile Exchange dropped 1.1 to 76.79 a barrel before closing at 79.59 a barrel on 14th November which is lowest in ne
Mondo Visione  Nov 24  Comment 
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Market Oversight (Division) today issued three separate rule enforcement reviews of certain Designated Contract Markets (DCMs). The Division’s reviews assessed compliance with...
Commodity Online  Nov 12  Comment 
Slowdown in the Euro zone economy in particular will be deterrents for oil demand. China and rsquo;s economy is also hinting signs of slowdown which will further hit crude oil prices.
Commodity Online  Nov 11  Comment 
Open interest for NYMEX Brent set a record of 155,713 on November 6, surpassing the 150,000 contracts milestone for the first time ever. The previous open interest record of 149,955 contracts was set on November 5, 2014.

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