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Limit moves 1 year 2 months ago #96

  • Matth
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Hi Marco - I got a question, please.

What exactly has to happen for the Crude Oil future contract to move limit up or down?
Where do I find that information in the contract specifications as displayed by the CME group?

Thank you - best regards.
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Limit moves 1 year 2 months ago #97

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Hi Matth,

You're welcome! Currently it's +/- $10 from the last settlement price. But be aware that if the market gets very volatile this can be changed temporarily. I remember it was $20 for a few days a couple of years ago.

You can always goto www.cmegroup.com/trading/energy/crude-oi...ght-sweet-crude.html to see the Hi/Low Limit where trading would stop for each contract month.

Happy Trading!

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