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Brent and Crude Oil Continuous Futures Contracts - Intraday Data

by Patrick Fonce, 1158 days ago
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The current downloader gets one-minute intraday data for Brent Oil and Crude Oil rolling futures contracts.
The data retrieved by this item covers approximately the last nine trading days. You will get one-minute bar data; you can then convert it to any time frame (5 minutes, 10 minutes, one-hour...) when displaying Crude or Brent Oil charts and when analyzing/backtesting these commodities.

The ticker symbol of Brent oil continuous futures contract is "UKOIL" and the symbol of the Crude oil continuous futures contract is "USOIL".

Crude oil is one of the most traded commodities and is used to produce gasoline, heating oil, get fuel and diesel fuel. It is also known as WTI or Texas light sweet and is traded in the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Brent oil is sourced from the North Sea and is mostly refined in northwest Europe. It is mainly used to produce gasoline.

You can get EOD data for several continuous futures contracts by using Futures, Forex and Indices Data item.


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