DTN’s Technical Analysis | ENERGY | Jun 26

Daily technical analysis of crude oil, heating oil, gasoline and natural gas

Brian Milne - DTN Energy Editor,
June 26, 2018

Brent Crude Oil: The overnight market on ICE was $0.75 higher near $75.50, testing resistance at the $76.08 retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend. The spot-month contract is in a short-term downtrend. Support is marked at $73.34, the 38.2% retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend, and again at the recent four-week low of $72.45. Brent is in backwardation, a bullish market structure. The calendar spreads have narrowed. The relative strength index shows a neutral market condition.

Crude Oil: The overnight WTI market was $0.25 higher near $68.25. The spot-month contract is in a short-term uptrend after trading at a $69.33 four-week high Friday. The spot-month contract has resistance at $69.35, the 23.6% retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend. Support is at former resistance at $67.19 and $65.45. WTI is in backwardation, a bullish market structure, with the calendar spreads narrowing. The relative strength index shows a neutral market condition.

Distillates: The overnight market was 2.0cts higher near $2.1195, again testing resistance at the $2.1165 38.2% retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend. The spot-month contract is in a short-term downtrend, with support at last week’s $2.0658 four-week low, and again at the $2.0577 50% retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend. The forward curve is in seasonal contango through year end. The relative strength index shows a neutral market condition.

RBOB Gasoline: The overnight market was 2.25cts higher near $2.0750, after trading at a two-week high at $2.0795. While higher overnight, the spot-month contract is in a short-term downtrend after trading at a $1.9975 10-week low last week. Support is marked at the $2.0119 100-day moving average. Resistance is found at $2.1334, the 23.6% retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend. The gasoline market is in seasonal backwardation, a price supportive market structure. The relative strength index shows an oversold market condition.

Natural Gas: The overnight market was down 0.6cts at $2.917, although remains in a short-term uptrend. The spot-month contract has support at the $2.88 retracement point for the February-to-May uptrend, which coincides with the 200-day moving average at $2.875. Resistance is found at the recent $3.053 four-week high. The front end of the forward curve remains in modest backwardation, a price supportive market structure. The relative strength index is neutral.

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