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Crude OIl

Sentiment has largely settled with oil trading near three-month highs amid improving demand expectations following the completion of a ‘phase one deal’ between the U.S. and China.

This comes as a U.S. probe has reported that the attack on the Saudi oil facilities in September came from the north, reinforcing earlier assumptions that Iran was behind the attack, which only serve to heighten geopolitical risk. Prices have also gained momentum from OPEC and other major producers agreeing to further output production cuts.

This has come despite the waning open interest and thin volume around the holiday season. The market remains bullish trend but signaling immediate term overbought with today’s range seen between 58.50 – 61.66.

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