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Early openers heading off in all directions: Kiwis +0.5%, Aussies -0.7%, Japan +1.6% and Sth Korea -0.2%.

Telecomms +1% is the only winner in the Aussie market with Gold predictably at the bottom, -7.5%.

 

 

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Pretty much a down-and-sideways move for the day with All Ords finishing +0.5%.  Sectors didn't change too much from the am post: Telecomms +1% down to Gold -7.9%.

Over in Asia, China +0.5%, Hong Kong -1.3%, Japan +1.7%, India closed.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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No projections outside the current 2150-70 range

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5 day cycle projection 2148. 

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2 day cycle projection 2151. 

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JUST IN: Trump advisers said to recommend Mnuchin for Treasury

Here is a look at Steven Mnuchin's background......

 

His father was a banker, a partner at Goldman Sachs, in charge of equity trading and a member of the management committee, and the founder of the Mnuchin Gallery at 45 East 78th Street, New York.[2][4]

Career

Mnuchin amassed a fortune estimated at over $40 million while working for Goldman Sachs, where his father had worked for three decades and had also made a fortune.[5][6]

In 2002, Mnuchin left Goldman and worked briefly for his Yale roommate Edward Lampert, chief executive of Sears. He also briefly worked for Soros Fund Management in their private equity division during the "Goldman" period with Jacob Goldfield and Mark Schwartz.

 

 

 

I guess not much is going to change in the Treasury Department

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from the looks of it, several oil producing nations may be insolvent soon.

 

Sounds like good news, for a few.........

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