Oil back under pressure
Oil couldn’t hang on to earlier gains, slipping back into negative territory as the session wore on.
WTI is closing in on $35 again and further losses are looking likely. The next key level is $33, a particular area of interest back in May when crude was trading around these levels.This also coincides with $35 in Brent, a break of which could be the tipping point as far as OPEC+ are concerned.
There’s a couple of weeks until the next JMMC meeting and the next full meeting of OPEC and its allies isn’t until the end of November/start of December. Can they afford to wait that long? A move back towards $30 may force them to act sooner, in some form or another. A postponement of January’s two million barrel increase may be enough for now. Gold bounce nothing to get excited about Gold prices are bouncing […]
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