Crude Oil

For the past four weeks including this week’s trading so far, Crude Oil has been trading within a range of $5, whether in Brent or WTI with no clear direction. Brent Crude was in the range between $45 and $50, while West Texas Crude managed to trade between $47 and $42, despite the fact that there were many catalysts affecting Oil demand and in...

2017-07-26 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
Crude oil_OPEC_2206

Crude Oil prices continued to decline further despite the fact that OPEC and Non-OPEC members have been active in the media, trying to increase the hopes of stabilizing the market. However, things have just got even more interesting. Crude Oil Enters Bear Market Both West Texas Crude and Brent Crude have entered a bear market status, despit...

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Crude Oil_WTI_0106

If you look at Crude Oil charts, including Brent and WTI whether on the daily or the hourly chart, you can definitely see that nothing has improved. It’s actually getting worse. Since the decision of OPEC last week to extend December’s deal for nine months, the prices have lost more than 3% and still sliding. Brent is close to $50 barrier while...

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