New Crude Oil levels are defined
Phillip Streible of RJO Futures - InsideFutures.com - Thu Mar 14, 8:34AM CDT

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Crude oil futures continue to surprise to the upside as three major factors remain the bullish catalyst. First from the supply side we are seeing continued drops in week inventory data as well as in rig counts. This could lead to a rebalancing in the total U.S. supply and bring it back to more normalized levels. Secondly once the U.S. and China come to an agreement on trade negotiations this should ignite the Chinese economy and therefore boost demand. Finally, from a technical perspective there is an upside breakout on the charts which could clear the way to the 200-day moving average. I have outlined some key levels of support and resistance below as well as a chart.

Two Key Levels of resistance are $60.00 and $60.93

*$60.00 Key psychological level

*$60.93 is the 200 DMA

Two Key Levels of support are $57.86 and $54.52

*$54.52 was the washout low from March 8th

*$57.86 was old resistance and is now new support

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BY: Phillip Streible

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