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September Crude Oil in Position to Test 50% Level at 80.90

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    Today’s sample of Futures Analysis from FuturesHound.com

    Demand for higher risk assets and the assumption the global economic recovery is back on track helped to drive up September Crude Oil on Tuesday. After forming a secondary higher bottom at 71.92 early last week, the main trend turned up when the market crossed the last swing top at 77.84. The chart is now indicating the market is on pace to test the 50% level at 80.90.

    U.S. equity markets continued to rally, fueled by the belief that the financial problems in the Euro Zone and the slow down in the global economy may be diminishing. The main trend in the September E-mini S&P 500 turned up on Tuesday on the move through the last main top at 1102.75. In addition, the market closed over a 50% level at 1101.25, indicating that the market is likely to continue to move higher toward a resistance cluster at 1117.50 to 1122.00.

    The September Euro continued to rally on Tuesday as short-traders covered positions on the assumption that the Euro Zone economy may be stabilizing and the risk of a collapse in the currency is abating.

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