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OIL: V-shape recovery
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If the stock market observers are discussing whether it will be an L or U-shape recovery, the oil market definitely looks like a V. $33 marks now the local resistance level, which hasn’t seen the WTI price since the beginning of March, when the epic plunge started. Very likely, the price will go into consolidation or step downwards from it, but the fundamental landscape favors bulls now. The oil glut is dissolving, the demand is catching up, economies are recovering and the petroleum states seem to have an agreed stance on the global supply strategy. Therefore, it is advisable to watch while the oil price plays around this resistance level and step in once there are signs of the next bullish breakthrough.
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