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Oil Daily Review December 6, 2018

Oil Daily Review for December 6, 2018

Is The Price Of Oil Bottoming? An Update On What 3 Price Charts Suggest

What price charts from 3 different time frames may reveal about the direction of the price of oil.

 

Expect A Kindler, Gentler OPEC To Support Oil Prices At Its Meeting Tomorrow

One year ago today, the January 2019 contract was trading at $54.80. Fast forward twelve months and adjust to the relevant contract and we see that today the January 2020 contract is trading at $54.89.

 

Chart Outlook for Dow Jones, DAX 30, Crude Oil, Gold Price & More

Global stocks continue to look headed lower in days ahead, crude look to at least stabilize, while gold once again has a hurdle to try

 

CAD Outlook: BoC to Stand Pat, However, May Signal Concerns Over Oil Plunge

CAD Outlook: BoC to Stand Pat, However, May Signal Concerns Over Oil Plunge

 

Oman OilMin: There is consensus for oil production cut

Oman’s oil minister Mohammed bin Hamad al-Rumhi recently crossed the wires saying that there was a consensus for an oil production cut, as reported by

 

Russia agrees to reduce oil output in tandem with OPEC & allies in 2019 – Reuters

Citing sources familiar with talks, Reuters reported that Russia has agreed to reduce its oil output in tandem with OPEC and its allies in 2019. “Deba

 

Canadian dollar tumbles to 6-month low after Bank of Canada sees oil price drop hurting energy sector

The Canadian dollar USDCAD, +0.7614% tumbled to its lowest level since early June against its U.S. rival on Wednesday, as the Bank of Canada acknowled

 

OPEC oil production climbs in November, but Iran’s output declines: report

Oil production from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries rose by 40,000 barrels a day to 33.08 million barrels in November from a mon

 

Chart Outlook for Dow Jones, DAX 30, Crude Oil, Gold Price & More

Global stocks continue to look headed lower in days ahead, crude look to at least stabilize, while gold once again has a hurdle to try and overcome. #dow #da…

 

Crude Oil Prices Vulnerable as Markets Eye Key OPEC Meeting

Crude oil prices appear vulnerable as financial markets eye the outcome of a pivotal meeting between OPEC and allied producers meant to unveil new output

 

Brent oil Technical Analysis: This MA line is capping the recovery rally ahead of OPEC meeting

Brent’s recovery rally from the Nov. 29 low of $57.33 is struggling to move past the resistance of the 4-hour chart 100-SMA, possibly due to caution a

 




OPEC delegates: Waiting to hear from Russia before deciding oil output reduction

OPEC delegates, on the sidelines a closely watched meeting, said the cartel is waiting to hear how much oil output Russia will cut before deciding its

 

OPEC Latest: Oil Prices Renew Sell-Off Ahead of OPEC Meeting

OPEC Latest: Oil Prices Renew Sell-Off Ahead of OPEC Meeting

 

Iraq OilMin: We are optimistic there will be an overall agreement at OPEC

Following the comments by the Saudi Energy Minister Al-Falih, his Iraqi counterpart is on the wires, commenting on the OPEC output cuts policy. Key P

 

Oil prices tumble over 4% over uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cut

Oil prices tumbled Thursday, as investors grappled with a lack of clarity and signs of a lack of consensus over a decision on a production cut at an O

 

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