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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Windswept waves

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No sign of abatement for most the early openers: Kiwis +1.3%, Aussies +1%, Japan +0.6%, Sth Korea -0.1%.

Screaming green for many Aussie sectors: IT +2%, Consumer Discretionary +1.9%, Consumer Staples +1.7% with Telecomms the only down sector, -0.5%.
 

 

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Another vertical move by All Ords left us +0.9% for the day.  Leading sectors were IT +2.6%, Consumer Staples +2.1% and Consumer Discretionary +2% with Telecomms continuing to trail the rest, -1.7%.

Asia looking less exuberant: China and Hong Kong both -1.4%, Japan +0.6% and India -0.4%.


UK/Europe started off with gains but are now heading south rapidly: FTSE flat, DAX -0.9%, CAC -0.3%.

 

 

 

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Anyone else getting weird NYSE OpenBook L2 data from Interactive Brokers? For example JPM Bid $120.60 and ask $80.40. It makes no sense at all.

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Anyone else getting weird NYSE OpenBook L2 data from Interactive Brokers? For example JPM Bid $120.60 and ask $80.40. It makes no sense at all.

 

Not sure about level 2...but i see 107.14 x 107.20.

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Thanks! Looks like you have the same correct L1 data on Mosaic as I do. I use their DepthTrader window to access L2 data and it is completely different this morning. Oh well hopefully they get it sorted out by open. I let them know about it but they didn't know what was going on.

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Board seems fast and stable. 

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Just like its owner.   :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

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SPX Intraday cycles are opposed until 12:10.  In  synch to the upside after that for rest of day. 

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Looking at the ES daily wave that I've observed, interesting that it was topping out at the exact moment of last night's spike. It was then down until 6:20 AM ET. The ES hit and held the lows for about an hour starting at 5:20, then turned weakly higher. That wave peaks at around 1 PM.  The up phase is extremely weak so far. 

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