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Little, if any, movement in the early openers: Kiwis flat, Aussies -0.1%, Japan +0.4%, Sth Korea +0.1%.

In Aussie sectors, Healthcare/Consumer Staples +0.8% down to Gold +1.2% and Telecomms -1%.

 

 

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Minor message for Lee. Easier here than any other method.

 

The tax bill made a 16% cut in all alcohol excise taxes. Hardly a big deal in the aggregate, but  something. I don't know if other excise taxes were cut. The idea of course is that money will all flow at the start right to corporate bottom lines. That 95% drop in Dec collections may have something to do with the tax bill as payments may have been delayed in some kinds of strategies to pay late at new lower rates. That's pure speculation of course. 

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All Ords drifted down to finish -0.2%.  Consumer Staples +0.9% was the main gainer and at the other end, Gold -1.3% and Telecomms -1.2%.

Over in Asia, China +0.4%, Hong Kong and Japan +0.2%, India currently +0.3%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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Minor message for Lee. Easier here than any other method.

 

The tax bill made a 16% cut in all alcohol excise taxes. Hardly a big deal in the aggregate, but  something. I don't know if other excise taxes were cut. The idea of course is that money will all flow at the start right to corporate bottom lines. That 95% drop in Dec collections may have something to do with the tax bill as payments may have been delayed in some kinds of strategies to pay late at new lower rates. That's pure speculation of course. 

 

Possible.

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5 day cycle projection 2816

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3 day cycle projection 2820

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2 day cycle projection 2809

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10 year Treasury yield 2.63

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2 trendlines to to watch 2799 and 2795. 

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