For eighth straight session U.S. crude oil keeps going lower

Equities have snapped back from sharp early losses but not so much for crude oil (USO -1.1%), as WTI is on track for its eighth straight down day amid global economic growth slowdown, oil demand and signs of excess supply; November WTI -1.4% to $51.89/bbl. – seekingalpha

Saudi Arabia energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman says the country has fully restored production after last month’s attacks on its facilities and is now focusing on Aramco’s listing. –

Crude oil markets show support

The $50 level underneath will probably be attempted but a short-term bounce may happen between now and then.  The $55 level underneath is massive support, so breaking down below there would not only break the bottom of a hammer.  –

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