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All Ords slopped about in the lows, closing -0.2% for the day.  Sectors ranged from REITS +1.7%, Telecomms +1.3% down to Energy -2.3%.

Some steep falls in Asia: China -1.4%, Hong Kong -1.8%, Japan -1.2%, India -0.6%.


A fair bit of red in UK/Europe: FTSE -0.7%, DAX -1.5%, CAC -1.3%.














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2712 held


and then the Magic Hits the Tape


ass usual......any Bat time, every Bat channel (FED minutes/speak)


>: US holiday Monday - 3 day week end


2712 or 2740+   ?


>:: 2740 is too easy a pick.......(everything all green)


and another big bullish candle on the charts (look at those fraudex tails)


just like every FED day


>:::Still get to look forward to the Resubstantiation up to the Patriotic Holiday

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theory of treasury issuance weighing or not weighing on the the market, one would assume with little issuance the next 2 weeks, equity indices shall skyrocket

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Upon Futher Inspection........


Low in the Morning........


Walk it higher all day........


and somewhere along the daily time scale.......


Have the FED Blow Smoke UP Every One's A$$


"Modest Inflation Overshoot"...........Indeed........



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