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Crude Oil has been losing $4 in each of the last two days and yesterday's API private inventories showed a bigger-than-expected buildup Full Article

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Crude Oil has formed a bullish reversing pattern but it is facing the 50 daily SMA as resistance Full Article

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Gold continues to show strong buying pressure and yesterday we saw a jump above $1,833 after news of China reopening Full Article

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The pressure has been bullish on EUR/USD today as sentiment remains slightly positive on China reopening Full Article

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AUD/USD was rejected by the 200 daily SMA last week and it is facing the 100 SMA now, with the Australian economy slowing down Full Article

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There have been rumours of the petrodollar being dumped when the covid pandemic started, now China is asking for Oil to be settled in yuan Full Article

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Oil has jumped $1.5 off the lows as the comments on a reopening in China are improving the sentiment in financial markets Full Article

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Yesterday crude Oil fell to $73.60 after opening with a bearish gap, but it reversed back up pretty fast Full Article

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Yesterday we saw some large moves in both sides, as risk sentiment reversed, although month-end flows have had an impact as well Full Article

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Crude Oil broke below the 100 weekly SMA last week which has opened the door for further declines in the weeks ahead Full Article

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USD/JPY is turning bullish after a strong retreat earlier this month and we have shifted to bullish now, buying at the 200 SMA Full Article

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Risk sentiment has been improving as China was giving signals of reopening, but it continued with lockdowns over the weekend Full Article

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Crude Oil fell from around $90 to $77.20 this week, closing at around $80, as China continues with lockdowns, while the G7 plans a price cap Full Article

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The sentiment has been negative this month which has been keeping the USD bullish, but yesterday we saw a reversal in the USD as the sentime Full Article

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Crude Oil declined early this week and missed the surge in commodities early this week, but jumped higher on Friday Full Article

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