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UK Oil - Resistance at Key $43 Level Firm as Production Returns

 

 
In the last day or so, UK Oil has yet again been strongly rejected by the resistance around the key $43 level forcing it lower. This latest rejection was on the back of a strong rally in the previous week which saw UK Oil move from a three month low below $39 back up to the key level at $43. In the last few weeks UK Oil has made repeated attempts to break through the long time key level of $43 which reinforces how significant this level is. It has spent the best part of the last six weeks trading below this level after falling sharply through it from a six month high above $46.
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WTI and Brent Crude Consolidating. USDCHF at Support.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at the S&P 500 (US 500), NZDJPY, USDCHF, WTI (US Oil), Brent Crude (UK Oil), Gold (XAUUSD), and the FTSE 100 (UK 100).

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UK Oil - Steady Near Three Month High Around $43 as OPEC+ Rolls Back Cuts

 

 
In the last two weeks or so UK Oil has traded in a very narrow range right around what has become a key level at $43. A few weeks ago UK Oil made another solid run towards a three month high above $43 having previously fallen away from the three month high reached several weeks ago, and again two weeks before that. UK Oil is forming a textbook ascending triangle with the upper level at the resistance around $43. Throughout May, UK Oil slowly but surely moved higher to that three month high, before falling sharply, and then making repeated attempts to push passed the current resistance around $43. Should this level be convincingly broken, it will most likely provide some support. Its recent surge higher is a vastly different picture to mid-April, as UK Oil sank to its lowest level in many years below $20, and currently UK Oil is close to closing the significant gap down in early March, by returning to above $45.
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UK Oil - Steady Near Three Month High Above $43 on Tighter Supplies

 

 
In the last week or so UK Oil has made another solid run towards a three month high above $43 having previously fallen away from the three month high reached two weeks ago, and again two weeks before that. Throughout May, UK Oil slowly but surely moved higher to that three month high, before falling sharply, and then making repeated attempts to push passed the current resistance around $43. Should this level be convincingly broken, it will most likely provide some support. Its recent surge higher is a vastly different picture to mid-April, as UK Oil sank to its lowest level in many years below $20, and currently UK Oil is close to closing the significant gap down in early March, by returning to above $45. In early May, UK Oil settled right around the key $30 level after rallying well off the multi-year lows below $16, and it also consolidated well several weeks ago around $35.
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Market Recap: 27 April - 1 May

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week rallying higher back above the key $25 level. In the last few weeks UK Oil has fell down to a multi-year low below $20 as it struggled to get any support, and it fell sharply last week through the support level at $25 and attempted to rally higher before easing again. It has therefore done well to get back above this level and it will be interesting to see what support UK Oil receives from $25. Only a few weeks ago it was trading in a narrow range roughly between $30 and $35 after rallying off the solid support at $25.
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Market Recap: 13 - 17 April

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week easing back below $30 again. In the week prior, UK Oil traded in a narrow range roughly between $30 and $35 and it has consolidated well after such significant falls in March. In the two weeks prior, it also traded in a narrow range between an 18 year low around $25 and $29, after having fallen dramatically throughout the previous three weeks, finding little support from anywhere on its way down.
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UK Oil - Settles above $30 after Record Oil Production Cut

 

 
In the last week UK Oil has traded in a narrow range roughly between $30 and $35 and it has consolidated well after such significant falls in March. In the two weeks prior, it also traded in a narrow range between an 18 year low around $25 and $29, after having fallen dramatically throughout the previous three weeks, finding little support from anywhere on its way down. It experienced a significant gap down from $45 to $35 in early March, and despite its efforts to rally back in the day or so afterwards, it then fell lower to around $25.
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Crude Crash and Coronavirus Economic Fallout

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at Gold (XAUUSD), US Oil (WTI), USDCAD, USDMXN, the DAX (DE30), and the FTSE 100 (UK100).

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UK Oil - Surges Back Above $50 on OPEC Cut Hopes

 

 
In the last 24 hours UK Oil has done well to rally strongly from a multi-year low below $49 back up to above $52, however it has done so after Oil fell strongly in the week prior. UK Oil had done well to rally back up into the range above $58 however it then fell even stronger over the week down to a 2 ½ year low before its recent surge back higher.
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EIA United States Crude Oil Stocks Change

Today at 4:00pm UK Time. The EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change Indicator measures the number of barrels of commercial crude oil held by US companies. It is one of the indicators affecting world oil prices. F: -1.648 M, P: 7.459 M. #UK Oil may test 58.

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