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Crude Oil Prices Consolidate After Initial Brexit Decline

Crude Oil Prices Consolidate After Initial Brexit Decline

2016-06-24 14:05:00
Walker England, Forex Trading Instructor
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  • WTI Crude Oil Price Declines to a New Weekly Low After UK Vote
  • Prices are Now Consolidating in a Symmetrical Triangle
  • A Decline in Crude Oil Price Under $46.69 May Signal a Resumption of the Trend

WTI Crude Oil (CFD: US OIL) prices are currently consolidating after initially dropping to new weekly lows at $46.69. This extreme move in Crude Oil price was directly related to the US Dollar rally that occurred immediately after the release of yesterday’s UK vote. Now that much of the volatility of yesterday’s event has subsided, traders should continue to monitor support and resistance values to help determine the markets next move.

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WTI Crude Oil Daily Chart with Key Resistance

Crude Oil Prices Consolidate After Initial Brexit Decline

(Created using Marketscope 2.0)

Above we can clearly see WTI Crude Oil price consolidating in a symmetrical triangle. This charting pattern has been formed by first connecting today’s low at $46.69 with the most recent swing low at $47.36 to form an ascending line of support.

Conversely, resistance has been formed by connecting a series of descending candle wicks. This includes this morning’s high at $48.42, and the most recent swing high at $48.15. As prices consolidate, traders may first elect to monito these points to specifically target Crude Oil prices next breakout.

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