Yesterday the only risk event during the Asian session was Wheeler’s speech, which was considered neutral at this point.
Today is another light economic release day, no tier one datas as the global market is still trying to analyze the results and future projections from the U.S election.
Sentimentally, WTI closed won today but still well supported above $44. The oil surplus from last week ’til this week has caused a negative move for WTI, and the OPEC members interactions weren’t too encouraging either.
Equity markets were mixed today with European stocks went down and S&P, DJ went up.
News wise, of course we’re still focusing on the newly elected Trump as he had a meeting today with Obama, and anti Trump protests continued.