brant, brant goose, brent, brent goose(noun)
small dark geese that breed in the north and migrate southward
transferred from the surname, taken to regular use in the 20th century.
Origin: From place names in Devon and Somerset, Celtic or Old English "hill".
alt. of Brant
a brant. See Brant
Brent is a city in Bibb County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 4,024.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
brent, adj. (Scot.) lofty: smooth, unwrinkled. [A.S. brant, steep; cog. with Ice. brattr.]
The numerical value of brent in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of brent in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We're heading for $60 for Brent. (There is) nothing to stop it.
We see Brent staying under pressure until first quarter of next year, close to $44 in 2016 Q1 and then rising steadily to $54 in 2016 Q4, we expect WTI to trade at a discount of $4 - $5 to Brent in 2015.
Oil prices may soften if there is an increase in stocks in the U.S. - we can expect a continued increase of inventories, brent and WTI continue to trend sideways, with WTI facing more volatility. Brent has been descending for the past few days and we believe that it is hovering near a support level.
For next year, we expect demand to pick up strongly mainly because prices have been quite low, we expect prices to remain low next year with Brent to stay at about $70 a barrel, which means demand may pick up more strongly compared with last few years when Brent was hovering at about $110 per barrel on average.
The Brent trade remains surprisingly stout in continuing a sideways or consolidation phase that is approaching one month in duration, since Jim Ritterbusch have some difficulty constructing a fundamental argument for Brent price support, we are attributing most of the strengthening in Brent versus WTI to the continued build in U.S. crude supplies, particularly at Cushing.
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