In January 2015, WTI crude oil futures broke below its long-term trendline that dated back to the 1998 low of $10.65 per barrel after an eight-month sell-off that took crude from above $100 to below $50. On the last trading day of January 2015, crude oil rallied close to $3 in the last hour of trading to settle above that long-term trendline. We made a note of it at the time, which seemed to confirm the importance of this level.
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