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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Enforced ennui

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Early openers chugging along sideways: Kiwis +0.6%, Aussies -0.3%, Japan -0.1% and Sth Korea +0.4%.

Utilities is leading Aussie sectors, a modest +0.4% with Gold doing a swift reversal, -2.6%.

 

 

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Sellers moved in dropping All Ords -1.2% for the day.  IT was the sole green sector, +0.3% with Gold down the most, -3.4%.

Over in Asia, China -0.1%, Hong Kong -0.8%, Japan -0.3%, India currently +0.1%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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Report: 60% of vertebrae species wiped out since 1970.

This is called the sixth mass extinction.

Most don't hear the cries, but wireless is decimating many homo sapiens.

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it's pretty fun watching the stock jockeys move TSLA up 12 points only to find it now down.

 

who knows where it will end up but it's enjoyable to watch nonetheless

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I am now safely ensconced in a hotel in downturn Baltimore. 

 

A little Freudian slip there. 

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