Crude Oil Futures: Correction on the cards

In light of flash data for petroleum futures markets from CME Group, open interest extended the downtrend for yet one more session on Friday, this point by around 21.2K contracts. On the opposite hand, volume rose for the sixth consecutive session, now by around 522.1K contracts, the most important single-day build since March 23.

WTI: Overbought levels could prompt some correction
WTI prices extended the rally on Friday and clinched fresh tops, all amidst declining open interest. This, plus the present overbought conditions of the commodity (as per the daily RSI) could spark some near-term corrective downside. The broader outlook, however, remains tilted to the positive side for the nonce .


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