|Day's range||60.88 - 61.99|
Investing.com - Oil prices finished higher for a third straight session on Friday to score a weekly gain, as investors weighed OPEC's ongoing efforts to rid the market of excess supplies against indications of rising U.S. production.
Based on Friday’s chart pattern, the direction of the index on Monday will likely be determined by trader reaction to Friday’s high at 89.15.
Based on Friday’s close at $61.55, we’re looking for the upside bias to continue on a sustained move over $62.15 and for weakness to re-emerge on a sustained move under $61.18.
Bitcoin markets rally during the week, breaking above the hammers that had formed in both the currency pairs that I follow here at FX Empire, so it is a good sign, but we do have some work to do.
Ethereum markets have been very quiet on Friday, as we continue to see the market wrestle with a significant level in most large crypto currencies. Ethereum of course won’t be any different.
Investing.com - The Commodity Futures Trading Commission released its weekly Commitments of Traders report for the week ending February 13 on Friday.
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Investing.com – Crude oil prices settled higher shrugging off data showing the number of US oil rigs rose for the fourth straight week.
Investing.com - Crude oil prices were mixed on Friday, as the U.S. dollar rebounded from earlier losses, while expectations for further efforts to limit global oil output continued to support.
Investing.com - Gold prices trimmed gains on Friday, pulling away from three-and-a-half week highs as the release of strong U.S. housing sector data sent the greenback broadly higher.
Ethereum markets rallied again on Thursday, gaining a little over 1%. We’ve seen a nice move as of late, but volume is still a bit thin, so I suspect that there’s probably a little bit of momentum building ahead of us.
Investing.com - Gold prices rose in Asia on Friday as a continued weaker dollar aided sentiment even in a holiday-thinned market.
Investing.com - US crude oil prices edged up in Asian trade on Friday with Lunar New Year holidays across the region making for thin trade and most markets closed outside of Australia, Japan and India with US rig count data head to set the tone.
Based on Thursday’s close at .7945, the direction of the market early Friday will be determined by trader reaction to the 50% level at .7947.