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Video: Crude Oil as of April 4th, 2019 – Fundamentals & Charts

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The present video describes fundamental factors that were driving crude oil over the past few days. The video shows next weekly, daily, and 4-hour charts of crude, discussing how the commodity was behaving in the recent parts and showing some technical indicators. Video by Trading 212. If you found this video useful and want to see more videos like this one or if you want to see a commodity trading video on some other topic, please leave your response using the form below. © Commodity Inspector for Commodity Blog, 2019. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Feed enhanced by Better Feed from Ozh

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The present video describes fundamental factors that were driving crude oil over the past few days. The video shows next weekly, daily, and 4-hour charts of crude, discussing how the commodity was behaving in the recent parts and showing some technical indicators.

Video by Trading 212.

If you found this video useful and want to see more videos like this one or if you want to see a commodity trading video on some other topic, please leave your response using the form below.


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Vladimir is an online journalist with background in computer science and work experience in pension funds. He contributes news reports, fundamental analysis and sentiment forecasts to TopForexNews.com and CommodityBlog.com. His main specialization is the currencies of emerging economies and inter-market correlations with commodity and bond trading.

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