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Crude Oil May 27 (CLK27.NYM)

NY Mercantile - NY Mercantile Delayed price. Currency in USD
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55.25+6.24 (+12.73%)
As of 03:26AM EST. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement date2027-04-20
Open55.25
Bid55.00
Last price49.01
Day's range55.25 - 55.25
Volume1
Ask0.00
  • Bloomberg

    OPEC+ Pauses as Russia Sanctions and China Covid Rules Roil Crude Markets

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  • Bloomberg

    OPEC+ Latest: Group Agrees to Keep Oil Production Unchanged

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  • Financial Times

    Opec+ holds oil output steady as new sanctions on Russia loom

    Opec and its allies left the group’s oil output targets unchanged as it signalled it would assess the impact of new western restrictions on Russian crude exports before changing production levels, delegates told the Financial Times on Sunday. European sanctions barring seaborne imports of Russian crude come into effect on Monday, pushing the oil market into a renewed period of uncertainty as it is unclear whether Moscow will be able to find alternative buyers for its crude. At the same time G7 leaders have agreed to launch a so-called price cap mechanism that aims to keep Russian oil flowing to countries like India and China by allowing such shipments continued access to European shipping and insurance services, but only if the crude is sold at below $60 a barrel.