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Valutrades Limited - a company incorporated in England with company number 07939901. View more information here.
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UK Oil - Drops to 18 Year Low Near $25 as Global Demand Disappears

 

 
In the last two weeks UK Oil has traded in a narrow range roughly 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 three weeks ago, and despite its efforts to rally back in the day or so afterwards, it has since fallen lower to around $25. It now has no obvious support levels with the possible exception of round numbers, e.g. $25 and $20.
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Effects of Coronavirus on the Economy. This week’s Non-Farm Payrolls.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at Coronavirus, UK Oil (Brent Crude), US Oil (WTI), USDCNH, and the S&P 500.

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EIA United States Crude Oil Stocks Change

Today at 2:30pm 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: 3.086 M, P: 1.954 M. #UKOil may rise above 30.

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Market Recap: 16 - 20 March

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the US30 index which spent the remainder of the week continuing to decline to multi-year lows below 20000. In the last week or so the US index has recorded multiple record percentage and points drops. This resulted in its third significant weekly drop out of the last four pushing it to the lows below 20000. In the last two weeks the index has fallen sharply from above the key 25000 level, and this level is likely to reverse roles and offer any resistance if and when the index decides to climb back higher again.
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EIA United States Crude Oil Stocks Change

Today at 2:30pm 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: 2.792 M, P: 7.664 M. #UKOil may attempt rally to 40.

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UK Oil - Drops to Four Year Low Below $30 as Demand Dries Up

 

 
In the last week or so UK Oil has fallen dramatically to a four year low below $30 as it is finding little support from anywhere. It experienced a significant gap down from $45 a little over one week ago to $35, and despite its efforts to rally back, it has since fallen lower. It now has no obvious support levels with the possible exception of round numbers, eg. $25 and $20. The last three weeks have now seen UK Oil fall from a previous key level at $58 down to the multi-year lows.
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EIA United States Crude Oil Stocks Change

Today at 2:30pm 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: 2.947 M, P: 0.784 M. #UKOil may attempt rally to 50.

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Indices Regaining Lost Ground. WTI Consolidating.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at USDCNH, USDCAD US Oil (WTI), UK Oil (Brent Crude), USDJPY, the S&P 500, and EURCAD.

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Oil Plummets on OPEC Feud. Price Gaps Everywhere.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at EURJPY, EURCHF, the Nikkei (JP225), AUDJPY, USDCAD, UK Oil (Brent Crude), and US Oil (WTI).

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Market Recap: 2 - 6 March

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week falling sharply to a near three year low near $45. It started last week rallying higher from a multi-year low below $49 back up to above $52, however it reversed sharply and headed lower. Three weeks ago 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.
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