Colin Archuleta - Spartan Forecasts - 1 hr 29 mins ago
The WTI Crude Contract ($ CLK5) has seen some great swings back and forth from a low of $44.05 up to $52.40 over the past week and a half then closing down to our Critical Key Price Level of $48.24 that we talked about going into Friday morning’s forecast. ... (full story)
Azeez Mustapha - InstaForex.com - Sun Mar 29, 4:09PM CDT
The Cable moved only sideways throughout last week, with neither the bull nor the bear gaining an upper hand. As long as the bull and the bear seem to have equal stamina, the sideways movement can continue – until there is a rise in momentum which could cause an imbalance in the market. The... (full story)
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