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  • WTI prints four-day losing streak, drops the fresh low May 29.
  • Oversold RSI can trigger pull back from the immediate support line.
  • Bulls need an upside break above 200-bar SMA for fresh entries.

WTI drops to $33.85, currently around $34.11, during Monday’s Asian session. In doing so, the energy benchmark slips below the multi-day bottom flashed last week.

Even if a one-week-old falling channel keeps the oil bears hopeful, oversold RSI conditions may consolidate losses from the support line of the bearish chart pattern, at $33.37 now.

Should the sellers refrain from bouncing off $33.37, the late-May low near $31.30 could return to the charts.

Meanwhile, the $35.00 round-figure and resistance line of the stated channel, around $35.95, can probe the quote’s short-term pullbacks.

However, any recovery moves below the 200-bar SMA level of $39.82 are less likely to convince energy the bulls.

WTI four-hour chart

Trend: Bearish