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All Ords finished +0.4% with most sectors up ranging from Healthcare +1.3% down to Miners -1.5%.

Over in Asia, China +2.1%, Hong Kong +0.8%, Japan -0.3%, India currently +0.5%.


Not too much in the way of gains in UK/Europe: FTSE +0.2%, DAX flat, CAC -0.2%.

 

 

 

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Support convergence 2802. Additional trendlines 2797-98, 2794, 2792. Finally 2786. This zombie won't go without a fight. Below 2786 is a chasm.  

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classic news is noise.  tariff talk is getting so old, has no effect anymore.  can't keep a good market down

 

will close at the highs of the week

 

intraday charts bullish

 

overnight ES chart perfect double bottom

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can't figure out why bears fight this

 

naz and rut all time highs

 

the dow and spx monthly will replicate that naz chart

 

new highs and more

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