WTI Crude Oil Regains Bearish Momentum

WTI crude oil prices fell to an 18-year low on Friday. Price action settled near 18.44, after briefly slipping to 17.41 on an intraday basis.

The current price level marks a retest of a multi-year support level. Crude oil posted a low near 18.44 in December 2001.

The Stochastics oscillator is, however, signaling a bullish divergence.

But for this divergence to be valid, crude oil needs to close above 20.50.

This will be followed by a retest of the 28.43 level where the next resistance level sits.

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