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Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications   
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2. Oil-Future-Based prices being updated every 30 sec, give an "Early Warning" sign, if the physical market is suddenly changing for the better or for the worse. Immediate action can be taken ahead of other market players.

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Brent crude oil slips towards $50 on demand concerns

2015-09-04 - Oil prices fell on Friday, pushing benchmark North Sea Brent crude down towards $50 a barrel, after a cut in European growth forecasts heightened worries over the outlook for demand at a time of huge oversupply. The European Central Bank (ECB) said on Thursday that economic troubles in China and emerging markets could drag the 19-member euro zone into deflation in the coming months. The ECB now sees the euro zone economy growing 1.4 percent this year, below its previous 1.5 percent projection. In a sign that banks increasingly expect ... Read more

Oil Pares Weekly Gain Before Payroll Data Amid Supply Surplus

2015-09-04 - - U.S. benchmark crude down more than 20% from June peak - Russian Energy Minister says output cuts aren't a solution Oil pared a second weekly advance before U.S. employment data amid signs of a persisting global surplus. Futures slipped 0.8 percent in New York, curbing their gain for the week to 2.9 percent. The world?s crude surplus will last longer than predicted, Societe Generale SA estimated this week. The August nonfarm-payrolls report Friday may add fuel to the debate over whether the U.S. economy is strong enough for the Feder... Read more

MABUX: Bunker Market this morning!

2015-09-04 - The oil market is still volatile but much less than earlier. Brent is trading around $50 and WTI around $46. Market is focusing on U.S jobs data later today. Expect bunker prices small variations. Read more

Oil prices dip, investors wait on cues from U.S. jobs data

2015-09-04 - Oil prices eased in Asian trade on Friday as investors turned cautious ahead of U.S. jobs data later in the day that is expected to play into the Federal Reserve's decision on the timing of any U.S. rate hike. Oil stuck to a narrow range in thin trading, with Chinese markets closed a second day for a holiday to commemorate the end of World War Two. "There's been a little bit of up and down and range-bound movement, which has all the hallmarks of a market marking time," said Ben Le Brun, market analyst at Sydney's OptionsXpress. ... Read more

Asian shares mixed as U.S. jobs report looms, ECB soothes

2015-09-04 - Asian shares were mixed on Friday as caution about a U.S. jobs report jostled with signals from the European Central Bank that it is willing to take further steps to shore up the European economy. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.2 percent after rising in early trade. They've fallen 3.4 percent this week. Japan's Nikkei .N225 fell 0.9 percent, extending losses this week to 6.0 percent. Wall Street shares ended up on Thursday, though they pared back much of earlier gains. The S&P 500 .SPX gained ... Read more

Oil Climbs as ECB Expansion of Stimulus Bolsters Optimism

2015-09-04 - - Stocks, dollar gain after ECB head raises bond purchase limit - Supplies almost 100 million barrels above five-year average Oil climbed after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi vowed to use all tools within his mandate to support economic recovery. Futures climbed 1.1 percent in New York, extending Wednesday’s 1.9 percent gain amid speculation that further stimulus will bolster European fuel demand. Crude gains eased and equities retreated from their highs as attention turned later in the day to how payrolls data will... Read more