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Post by Ssmith Sun Nov 25, 2018 9:10 am

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Mangelo:

what I am hearing things are moving in place.... lets see a bit later...... enjoy your day!

Dr.Bob:
If Tony was right, then 36 hours would be at 1:00 AM Eastern tonight

Phantom809:
Ok DrBob we will go with that....800 # in the middle of the night works for me!

Sunny:
Friday's call: "Question: . . .chances of having an RV in the next 36 hours? Tony: Based on the information I have been getting right now a ten (10)! It’s coming from everywhere. All quotes I posted are from the call yesterday morning.

Sunny:
Tony: Three other banks saying, “Yes we know;” “Yes, we’ve been briefed.” “No, we can’t talk about it.” Said they have been briefed and given a date. Hopefully Friday or Saturday. . . .Anything could happen the rest of the day, through the weekend.

Banks quiet. They have been briefed. Definitely anticipating something…..hopefully Friday or Saturday. . . .Anything could happen the rest of the day, through the weekend.

HANG ON! And remember what you learned in kindergarten, "Hold hands and stay together." We're in this together. Where one goes we go all!

Harambe:
CNBC: Oil tumbles more than 7% to $50.42, now down more than 30% in 7 weeks (11/23/18)


Oil prices fell on Friday to their lowest levels in more than a year, deepening a rapid seven-week sell-off that has plunged crude futures deep into a bear market.

Friday's declines further ramp up the pressure on OPEC ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between the influential oil cartel and its allies in Vienna on Dec. 6, when they are expected to announce that output will be curtailed.

So far, the prospect of the Middle East-dominated group orchestrating a fresh round of supply cuts has done little to prop up crude futures.

U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude ended Friday's session down $4.21, or 7.7 percent, at $50.42. WTI hit its weakest price since mid-October 2017 on Friday.

International benchmark Brent crude dropped $3.66, or 5.9 percent, to $58.94 by 1:34 p.m. ET. The contract hit its lowest level since late October 2017.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/23/oil-prices-slump-to-their-lowest-level-of-2018-even-as-opec-considers-cuts.html
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