Brent crude prices are trying to get away from the recession scenario they have stuck in. And they managed to climb above $76-78 per barrel, which was an important resistance level. With these efforts, they are looking towards $86-88 per barrel, and may even succeed. But the load of economic troubles surrounding global economy may drag them down below $76-78 per barrel. If this happens it will be a nice opportunity to open short positions. The entry point is seen at $76 per barrel, the target – at $68, and the stop-loss – at $80 per barrel.