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January 21, 2016
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Technical Corner by Ben DiCostanzo
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Crude's Wild Ride
by Ben DiCostanzo, Senior Technical Analyst
January 21, 2016

Today’s wild ride in crude saw price plunge below the 29.00 handle in the lead March contract, trading to a new contract low at 27.56. Today’s high came in at 29.75 during the 1st hour of trading. China’s Shanghai Composite stock index closed down 1%, Japan’s stock market sank and the European stock market fell to new lows. Crude fell with these markets leading to a collapse in the expiring February contract, trading down to 26.19 before coming back and closing at 26.76. Once Feb was out of the way, Crude was able to rally trading up to 29.12 before retreating. The API Report came out at 3:30 with a larger inventory increase than expected. Market was looking for an increase of 2.3mm barrels and API reported an increase of 4.6mm barrels. That’s double the expectation. Crushing inventories were up 63k, rising for the 12th week in a row. Gasoline and distillates were also up. Crude fell some more off of the API Report and ended the electronic session at 28.33.

CLH16
High - 29.75
Low - 27.56
Last - 28.33

Pivots for 1/21/16:
R2   3074
R1 2953
PIVOT 2855
S1 2734
S2 2636

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Ben DiCostanzo, Senior Technical Analyst at Walsh Commercial Hedging Services. Ben is a graduate of Pace University with a degree in Accounting. In 1984, he became a member of The Index and Options Markets of the CME. He is Series 3 Licensed. Ben has been involved in many areas of the Securities industry, from working as a runner on the NYSE to taking care of professional traders and institutional clients for Salomon Brothers on the CME. He traded equities as a local before moving on and working with individual clients.

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