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All Ords 5-day chart




A reasonably solid up day for All Ords with the index closing +0.6% for the day.  Telecomms was the leading sector, +2.7% followed by Energy +2%.  Consumer Discretionary and Healthcare were down the most, both -0.3%.

Over in Asia, China -0.2%, Hong Kong -0.7%, Japan +1.3%, India currently -1%.

UK/Europe firmly in the red: FTSE and DAX -0.6%, CAC -0.1%.











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Conversely, if they can't break out here, and subsequently take out the morning low, it would be a cataclysmic failure of far more than just intraday significance. My guess is that that would have to come after the FOMC circus, Tamara. 

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Just Jam Job those FANGs higher is all it takes (someone is buying it higher and higher)

>: A market drop/crash on 911..........get real......

>:: even oil feeling the "love",

Gold and Silver......not so much

>:::  look at those Algos pushing AAPL

even gold back to 1200 (Dow 26K too)

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