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The end of an unhappy week for the early openers: Kiwis -0.6%, Aussies -0.7%, Japan -1.8% and Sth Korea -0.3%.

In Aussie sectors, REITS +0.4% and Telecomms +0.1% are the only up sectors with Energy down the most, -1.4%.






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Basically a one-way trip today:  All Ords -0.8% with sectors ranging from REITS +0.3% down to Financials  -1.6%.

Over in Asia, China -0.1%, Hong Kong -0.2%, Japan -1.3%, India currently -0.5%.



On to UK/Europe:









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2 and 3 day cycle projections 2104. Strong buy signal on 5 day cycle oscillator w/ positive divergence. 

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Ugly last 2 hours. 


Have a great weekend! 

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