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Crude Oil - Bearish Pressure Remains

Crude continues to move lower towards support at 29.39 (26/01/2016).The technical structure remains clearly negative in a context of oil oversupply. The short-term retracement is now ending. Hourly support is given at 26.19 (20/01/2016 low). Expected to see further decline.

In the long-term, crude oil is on a sharp decline and is of course no showing any signs of recovery. Strong support at 24.82 (13/11/2002) is now on target. Crude oil is holding way below its 200-Day Moving Average (setting up at around 47). There are currently no signs that a reverse trend may happen.

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