On Monday (October 11), international oil prices rose, continuing the previous seven-week streak. Due to supply restrictions by major producing countries, and as economies try to recover from the new crown epidemic, demand for fuel continues to grow. NYMEX crude oil looks at US$81.62 in the market outlook
At 13:36 Beijing time, NYMEX crude oil futures rose 1.95% to US$80.90/barrel; ICE Brent crude oil futures rose 1.54% to US$83.66/barrel. The two cities respectively refreshed their highs since October 31, 2014 to US$81.02/barrel and their highs since October 10, 2018 to US$83.80/barrel.
As more people who have been vaccinated get rid of the lockdown, economic recovery is gaining momentum, and coal and natural gas prices have soared, making oil more attractive as a fuel for power generation, driving the oil market higher. The two major crude oil markets have been rising for seven consecutive weeks.
But as U.S. inventories have increased again after the recent decline, oil prices may begin to falter. Capital Economics chief commodity analyst Caroline Bain said in a report: “We believe that crude oil prices will not rise sharply this quarter, and we still expect to gradually decline next year.”
On the daily chart, U.S. oil is in an upward ((3)) wave that started from $61.74 and broke through the 23.6% target of $78.37. The upper resistance looks at the $80 mark and the ((3)) wave 38.2% target of 88.66. Dollar.
On the hourly chart, oil prices are in five upward waves starting from 74.97 US dollars, and the upper resistance looks to the 138.2% target of 81.62 US dollars. Wave 5 is a sub-wave of the up (1) wave that started at $61.74. (1) Waves are the sub-waves of ((3)) waves.
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