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What's New in CQG Desktop Version 4.8

Nov 07, 2019
Quotes CSPEC widget: added maintenance margin CSPEC widget: added MIC label to exchange to help with troubleshooting Charting Pitchfork drawing tool Color picker on chart and quotes now has gray colors General Faster widget launching, widgets will appear next to the active tab Color picker on chart and quotes now has gray colors New site for requesting and voting for new features: Badges for CQG Mobile on log on page in mobile mode Added warning for when password is close to expiration Added link to new partner Fundamental Analytics... more

What's New in CQG Desktop Version 4.7

Nov 01, 2019
Quotes Ability to sort a QSS and SST by symbol Trading Right-click to cancel orders now available on HOT and SST Bracket orders now available on the Order Ticket Position margin in the Account Summary widget is now received directly from the risk server Improved performance for displaying a large number of orders Charting After changing color of bars, next chart opened will use the new bar color Thermometer chart object dotted lines now only extend to the start of the session More Details and How to Access the New Features Sort by the symbol... more

Crude Oil Keeps Bouncing As OPEC Prepares to Meet and Politics Loom Large

Nov 01, 2019
So far, in 2019, the price of nearby NYMEX crude oil futures has traded in a range from $44.35 to $66.60 per barrel. However, the low came at the very start of the year, and since the week of January 7, it has been at $50.52 per barrel. Meanwhile, each time the crude oil market attempts to test the low, it fails at above $50 per barrel. On the upside, a drone attack on Saudi oilfields that temporarily knocked out 50% of the nation’s output, ran out of buying at $63.38 in mid-September. In 2018, the price of nearby NYMEX futures traded between $42.36 and $76.90. This year, the range has... more

Third Quarter 2019 Overview and Q4 2019 Outlook

Oct 02, 2019
A strong dollar, escalating trade war between the US and China, and many other factors caused increased volatility in the commodities asset class over the third quarter of 2019. However, the overall performance of the sector was not all that exciting with the composite falling by 0.54%. Over the first nine months of this year, the asset class was 4.19 % higher as of the close of business on September 30. A myriad of issues will continue to face the commodities markets and all asset classes as we head into the final three months of this year. The fourth quarter of 2018 was highly volatile.... more