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Where next for daily oil prices ?

Crude oil futures continued to trade in a narrow range yesterday, with the October WTI contract closing the day marginally lower at $95.36 per barrel, having reached an intraday high of $96.03 during the oil trading session. Following the recent breakout from the sideways consolidation...

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Daily Oil Prices 24 Mar 2011

Having finally broken out of its long sideways consolidation the question now is just how far daily oil prices are likely to rise if and when they manage to break through the March 7th top at 106.  One of the most straightforward methods would be...

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Daily Oil Prices 5 Jan 2011

Daily oil prices have today rebound back above the $90 per barrel price handle following better than expected crude oil inventories which confirmed a draw of -4.2m barrels against a forecast of -1.4m barrels.  This data also followed much better than expected employment data in...

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Daily Oil Prices – 17 Dec 2010

Following two weeks of sideways consolidation with today’s candle on the oil chart adding to the recent pattern, the only question that remains is whether the explosive break out for oil prices to the upside occurs before the end of the year or in 2011...

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Daily Oil Prices 14 Dec 2010

Despite last week’s drift sideways daily oil prices continue to remain firmly bullish with the 9 day moving average in particular providing solid support to any short term pullback.  Indeed this was a feature of Friday’s price action with the WTI crude oil contract closing...

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Daily Oil Prices 1 Dec 2010

A volatile week for crude oil trading so far with Monday’s strong breakout promptly reversing yesterday as crude oil prices pulled back as a wide spread down candle which found solid support from the 14 day moving average.  Indeed this volatile price action has continued...

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Daily Oil Prices 29 Nov 2010

Crude oil prices bounced back in style last week with Wednesday’s wide spread up candle injecting some much needed optimism which was duly consolidated on Friday with a hold above all 4 moving averages once again.  Indeed a feature of Friday’s candle was the deep...

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