Technical analysis: key levels for gold and crude

Commodities have been knocked back, but look to be recovering this morning. 

Gold bounces from key support

Gold has bounced from $1326, and is now attempting to break above $1337.

Above here, $1343 comes into play, and then $1358. A failure to push higher will suggest a retest of $1326, and then on to the $1307-$1314 area.

WTI dips but recovers

The dip below, and then recovery above $63.00, sends a positive message for WTI.

We may well see the price move back above $64.50 and then challenge $64.82, the Monday high. A turn lower below $63.00 will see $62.56, and then $60.74 as possible support. 

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