Energy futures are lower once again today on pessimism concerning the European recession as well as a slowdown in China causing crude oil prices in early trading in New York to be down another $.85 in the June contract trading at $96.22 a barrel also in sympathy with the stock market the rest the commodity markets all.......
Crude oil [May contract] closed higher on Monday as it consolidated some of last week's decline. The high range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI remain neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term.
Crude Oil Closes Lower Despite a Surprising Decline in Supplies
Since reaching a high of just over $110 a barrel, this market has fallen back and moved sideways. We view the current action as positive longer term to drive crude oil prices up to the $120-$125 levels. A close this week over the $108.20 level should be viewed as extremely positive for this commodity.
Crude Oil Closes Above $108....Is This a Positive Sign?
Crude oil [April contract] closed higher on Monday while extending the trading range of the past two weeks. The high range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI are turning neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term.
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The AUD USD rose sharply overnight, negating Monday’s closing price reversal top on prospects global growth will boost demand for commodities. Trader sentiment has rapidly shifted toward risk as the markets appear to have absorbed the potentially bearish situations in Japan and the Middle East.