Cut and dried? Oil prices are entering a bearish trend despite supply deal

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Oil prices have entered a bearish trend despite short-term bounces, supply cuts and improved demand estimates.

The lateral range of $50-$55 a barrel was recently broken, with the new long-term support level for Brent edging closer to $45-$47 rather than $50 a barrel. With money managers’ net length exposure to crude prices at the highest level in months, the risks for oil prices seem tilted to the downside.

There are various reasons for this trend…

 

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