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Latest Commitment of Traders positions (Commodities) as of June 11th 2019
CFTC commitment of traders report was released on Friday (14th June) and cover positions up to Tuesday (11th June). The COT report is not a complete presenter of entire market positions; however, it represents a good chunk of institutional traders, to have a feel of what expected by the big players.
Kindly note, in some cases, numbers are rounded to the nearest decimal.
The net long positions rose by 28,123 contracts that pushed the net potion to +184.2K contracts.
The net short positions rose by 3,775 contracts that pushed the net potion to -30.5K contracts.
The net short positions declined by 11,103 contracts that pushed the net positions to +2.7K contracts.
Speculators reduced long positions by 48,513 contracts, which brought the net positions to +351.6K contracts. The net long positions have now declined to the lowest level since March 2019.
The net short positions rose by 22,443 contracts that pushed the net potion to -126.9K contracts.