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Crude Oil
Previous Day Range High: 59.72 Low:58.75 Close: 59.23
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2: 60.20
R-1: 59.72
S-1: 58.75
S-2: 58.26

High: 59.72
Low: 58.75

Oil prices rose nearly 1% on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said Washington was “very close” to nailing down a trade deal with China. West Texas Intermediate crude futures gained 42 cents, or 0.7%, to settle at $59.18 a barrel. Oil prices received a fresh boost after Trump’s tweet saying the United States was very close to a big deal with China amid reports that the country was considering a delay or possible cancellation of tariffs scheduled to go into effect on Dec. 15.
Previous Day Range High: 8497.00 Low:8381.00 Close: 8465.25
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2: 8563.75
R-1: 8514.50

S-1: 8398.50                                S-2: 8331.75

High: 8514.50                        Low: 8398.50

The Nasdaq Composite also posted an all-time closing high, rising 0.7% to 8,717.32.
Previous Day Range High: 28230 Low: 27856 Close: 28129
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2: 28446
R-1: 28287

S-1: 27913                                    S-2: 27698

High: 28287
Low: 27913
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 220.75 points higher, or 0.8% at 28,132.05. All three of the major averages reached intraday records, their first since Nov. 27.
Previous Day Range High: 3177.50

Low: 3137.25

Close: 3168.00

Technical Chart Resistance
R-2: 3201.17
R-1: 3184.58

S-1: 3144.33                                S-2: 3120.67

High: 3184.58                            Low : 3144.33

The S&P 500 gained 0.9% to end the day at 3,168.57, notching a record close.


Previous Day Range High: 1486.80 Low: 1463.85

Close: 1469.50

Technical Chart

R-2: 1496.33                              R-1: 1482.92

S-1: 1459.97
S-2: 1450.43

High: 1482.92                        Low: 1459.97

Gold retreated from an over one-month peak in a volatile session on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said Washington was close to a trade deal with China, denting the safe-haven metal’s appeal. Scarce palladium’s record surge, meanwhile, showed no signs of abating. Spot gold dropped 0.44% to $1,468.31 per ounce. Prices hit their highest since Nov. 7 at $1,486.80 earlier in the session. U.S. gold futures settled down 0.2% at $1,472.3.

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