Crude oil prices jumped to their highest levels since early January, with WTI printing $55.00 a barrel, to close around 54.53. Oil prices jumped after the OPEC reaffirmed its commitment to keep output cuts, and even do better than the 92% compliance achieved on January. US stockpiles reports will suffer a delay, with reporting on Wednesday and the EIA on Thursday after the US holiday on Monday. The for the commodity shows that the price is firmly above an anyway horizontal 20 DMA, whilst the holds flat around its 100 level, as WTI settled at the higher end of its latest range. The indicator gained upward strength, currently around 58, enough at least to limit the downside this Wednesday. In the 4 hours chart, the price is well above a 20 , whilst technical indicators have retreated modestly within positive territory.
Support levels: 49.60 52.35, 53.85
Resistance levels: 54.48, 55.70 56.30
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