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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Drastic diversions

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Early opener action is somewhat less extravagant than the US: Kiwis +0.7%, Aussies +1.1%, Japan +3% and Sth Korea +0.1%.

Some notable rises in Aussie sectors: Energy +2.8%, Miners +2.4% and Materials +2.2% with REITS -0.1% the only down sector.

 

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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords kept on going to finish +1.8% but really in the big picture it's just a blip up in a general downtrend.  All sectors closed up led by Energy +3.2%, Healthcare +2.9% and IT +2.5%.

Over in Asia there was actually a touch of red around in some countries: China -0.6%, Hong Kong -0.8%, Japan +3.9%, India currently +0.6%.

UK/Europe is having a mixed open: FTSE +0.2%, DAX -0.3%, CAC +1.1%.

 

 

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30 minutes ago, DrStool said:

DAX is schmacks and FTSE is schmutzy. 

I hope nobody is blaming me for what's happening to DB today

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What I absolutely don’t like:

A very popular online plattform in Germany „Spiegel Online“ has right now the top story about the outlook 2019 for stocks and it says: „crash in sight“

Stocks are not as popular as in the US generally. So that alone is a warning sign that they make it to the „cover story“ so to say, but then the headline is a total catastrophe. I never heard about an anchored crash by mass media... ?

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