WTI rises further above $49.00, up more than 2%

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WTI rises further above $49.00, up more than 2%

Crude oil costs continuing to rise throughout the yankee session and reached the very best level during a week. WTI peaked at $49.35, close to last week high of $49.40, the immediate resistance. close to the top of the session, it had been holding around $49.30, up 2.25%.

Crude surged despite the EIA report that showed that oil stockpiles rose for a second consecutive week within the U.S., up by 5.88 million barrels, against market’s expectations of a three.23 million build. The impulse came from a positive surprise from a major decline in petrol inventories last week, by 8.4 million barrels.

Technical outlook

The daily chart shows that the artefact is surpassing its two hundred DMA by a number of cents, while technical indicators head sharply higher on top of their mid-lines, supporting some extra gains ahead, significantly on an opportunity on top of the mentioned resistance, consistent with Valeria Bednarik, Chief Analyst at FXStreet.

“Shorter term, technical readings within the four hours chart additionally lean the size towards the top, because the worth extended any on top of anyway horizontal moving averages, while technical indicators maintain their sturdy upward momentum getting into overbought territory”, additional Bednarik.

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