The Brent failed to recover

29 July, 2016

The Brent failed to recover and resumed its decrease amid growing fears regarding the oversupply growth.

Current situation

The tone is still negative in the market, the Brent futures faced further downside pressure. The price decreased and lost about 1.53% during the course of the day. The resistance is at 44.00, the support comes in at 42.80 dollars per barrel.

Indicators generate a sell signal. MACD decreased which indicates the sellers’ positions strengthening. RSI is in the oversold area which is a sell signal.

The price was moving from the 50, 100 and 200 EMAs the 4 hours chart. The moving averages (50, 100 and 200) are trending downwards.

Trading recommendations

Sellers still control the market. We expect the price to fall further towards 41.40.


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