It seems that the energy complex is enjoying a revival at the moment after dropping from the $75.00 highs as the US dollar continued to decline posting fresh lows for the year against the euro. Consequently crude moved higher helped also by a stronger equity market. Last night OPEC's meeting in Vienna didn't bring any significant developments with members declaring themselves 'happy' with the current prices. Today's weekly EIA report could offer some extra clues but crude market sentiment is likely to remain closely linked to the currency / equity markets.
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