China's economy is rocketing. On the other hand OPEC+ countries take the decision to cut the production. What will be the impact on the oil price?
Key Moment for the Oil Market
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Oil prices fell to a three-month low following the release of US inflation data which was in line with expectations. The annual inflation rate of 6% and monthly rate of 0.4% were unsurprising, but the monthly core Consumer Price Index (CPI) beat expectations at 0.5%. This has led to the market pricing in a 25 basis point hike from the Federal Reserve next week after briefly considering a pause in the aftermath of the recent bank failures of Silvergate Corp., SVB Financial, and Signature Bank.
The market is now viewing the Federal Reserve as hawkish again, which has raised concerns about a potential recession, given that the tightening cycle is yet to play out. We hope to gain more insight into the Fed's inclination at next week's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. Still, the market remains uncertain and anxious about the economy's future. Having said all this, let's now look at the technical side of things.
XBRUSD on the Daily timeframe is currently squeezing between the support trendline from 4 years ago and the 100-day MA. Note that the price is currently stalling around 88% of the Fibonacci retracement, which may indicate bullish intent. However, there remains a bit of uncertainty as the MAs are still poised in a bearish array.
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The US dollar index has lost around 12% since October 2022 till its local low at the end of January 2023.
Western countries are trying to find other options for oil and gas supplies after a 10th package of sanctions, which will put more pressure on Russian oil and decrease global oil supply. Italy, for example, is in talks with Libya.
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