Oil prices are rising on bullish supply data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) and talk that the joint OPEC/non-OPEC Ministerial Monitoring Committee (JMMC) on Friday night set the stage for an extension of the existing production cut agreement as compliance with the current deal is starting to improve.
Third quarter 2017 is not over, but nonetheless, the quarterly/macro-price action in the Canadian dollar is in the macro-process of establishing the required Wyckoff price action/steps “for a macro-bull market.”
It might not be on every trader’s radar, but the euro/Swiss franc (EUR/CHF) currency pair has reached its highest level since the Swiss National Bank’s decision to scrap its 1.20 floor in January 2015.
Oil prices are rising on hopes that Hurricane Jose will not do any damage to East Coast refiners that are running hot and heavy to make up for lost supply from Gulf Coast refiners that were hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. Refiners are already having success with getting gasoline prices to fall but there is more work ahead of them.