Brent crude oil prices trade lower today giving up 0.85% at $63.90 per barrel as the uncertainty continues about how long it will take to bring oil supplies to full volumes in Saudi Arabia after the attacks on Aramco facilities. The dismal manufacturing PMI figures from Eurozone weigh on global growth and pressures oil prices. Bulls are betting on recently erupted geopolitical tension, while crude bears count on weak global growth.
On the technical side, the bullish Brent oil momentum canceled today as the crude oil price breached the 50-day moving average, continuing the correction from recent highs. On the upside crude oil immediate resistance stands at 64.58 daily high while more offers will emerge at 69.00 the highs from September 17th. On the other hand first support stands at 63.75 daily low and then at 63.62 the 100-day moving average a break below may encourage more bears to join the action, something that is possible to lead Brent oil towards the next resistance territory, defined by the 200-day moving average around 61.33.