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Crude Oil Mar 26 (CLH26.NYM)

NY Mercantile - NY Mercantile Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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69.62-3.29 (-4.51%)
As of 08:14AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2026-02-20
Last Price72.91
Day's Range69.62 - 69.62
  • Reuters

    Russian rouble hovers near 96 vs dollar

    The rouble hovered close to 96 to the dollar on Monday, trading in a relatively narrow range and supported by high oil prices after the Russian government announced new rouble-linked export duties and temporarily banned some fuel exports last week. At 0721 GMT, the rouble was steady against the dollar at 96.24 RUBUTSTN=MCX and had gained 0.1% to trade at 102.52 versus the euro EURRUBTN=MCX. On Thursday, Russia's government said a new set of export duties linked to the rouble-dollar exchange rate would be introduced on Oct. 1 and last until the end of next year.

  • Bloomberg

    Oil Resumes Rally as Hedge Funds Join Increasingly Bullish Bets

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil climbed as hedge funds piled on bets that tightening supplies will see a resumption of the rally after a pause last week.Most Read from BloombergChinese Gold Buying Is Driving a Paradigm Shift in BullionIndians Have Five Days to Deposit $3 Billion in Soon-to-Be-Withdrawn BanknotesIndia-Canada Clash Should Be a Wakeup CallWells Fargo Preps for Wealth Battle After $1 Billion TurnaroundCorzine Plans to Shut Hedge Fund and Return Capital to InvestorsWest Texas Intermediate futures

  • Reuters

    Oil prices rise, tight supply back in focus

    LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices rose on Monday as investors focused on a tighter supply outlook after Moscow issued a temporary ban on fuel exports while remaining wary of further rate hikes that could dampen demand. Brent crude futures climbed 71 cents, or 0.76%, to $93.98 a barrel by 0809 GMT after settling 3 cents lower on Friday. "Crude oil prices have started the week on the front foot, as the market continues to digest Russia's temporary ban on diesel and gasoline exports, into an already tight market, offset with the Fed's hawkish message that rates will stay higher for longer," IG Markets analyst Tony Sycamore said.