Futures Quotes + Futures Charts
Quotes + Charts includes complete market data and enhanced features such as key technical numbers.
Please use the menu below to select a futures market sector. Click contract links for monthly calendar strips or the letter links on the right for the following:
Q = Quote, C = Chart, O = Options, T = Technicals.
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Technical Analysis Learning Center
Also be sure to review our Technical Analysis Chart Learning Center which contains over 31 different technical studies, all with user-definable study parameters, including crack spread, crush spread, and moving average.
dt Commodity News
- Crude oil futures drop as dollar's strength grows: The emboldened U.S. dollar pulled down West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures on Friday, as the world's reserve currency pushed to its top level in more than 14 days, according to Bloomberg. Read more
- Loonie dives after release of weak labor report: The Canadian dollar on Friday dropped to its week-low against the U.S. dollar after the nation released underwhelming job-creation data, Bloomberg reports. Read more
- Aussie's losses increasingly causing concern: Friday saw the Australian dollar dive toward parity with the world's reserve currency for the first time since the beginning of the second half of last year as concerns about Australia's economy were gaining momentum, according to Bloomberg. Read more