The Nymex crude oil market has now seen choppy and sideways trading at lower price levels. This pause in the existing downtrend is not bullish. The bears are still in solid near-term technical control to suggest still more downside price pressure is coming. If prices drop below strong chart support at the recent low of $49.41, then the door would be open to a move into the low $40s per barrel. Stay tuned!
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