Brent crude oil (BNO, quote) ticked up on Thursday morning as rising tension in Ukraine increased worries about supply interruptions. The commodity traded at $109.72 at 8:25 GMT as peace talks in Geneva began to look less and less worthwhile.
The EURUSD pair rose during the session on Wednesday, using the 1.38 level as a springboard. However, we pulled back enough to form a shooting star, and it appears that the market is going to continue to meander in this general sanity.
The EURUSD pair went back and forth during the session on Tuesday, forming a very neutral candle.
The last few days have once again seen Cable test the 1.6800 region, only to fail and reverse once more, with the June futures contract currently trading at 1.6710 on the daily chart. Following the strong gains of last week, which saw the pair surge higher with three wide spread up candles, the first sign [...]
The recent bullish trend for crude oil, appears to be running into a stubborn area of price resistance on the daily chart in the $104.50 per barrel area, the same level which saw the commodity sell of sharply back in early March.
This recent pullback is healthy and the sector as a whole not a bubble to ‘burst’.
Brent crude oil (BNO, quote) slipped below $109 to $108.58 at 5:50 GMT on Tuesday morning as investors put their faith in a meeting set to take place on Thursday between the US, the EU, Russia (RSX, quote) and Ukraine.
The USDJPY pair rose during the session on Monday, bouncing off of the obvious support level near the 101.25 level.
The EURUSD pair fell during the session on Monday, gapping lower as ECB members suggested that perhaps more monetary stimulus could come into play as the Euro is overvalued in their opinion.
GBPUSD stays in a upward price channel on 4-hour chart, and remains in uptrend from 1.6465, the fall from 1.6820 could be treated as consolidation of the uptrend.