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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords did the round trip, finishing flat.  Sectors ranged from Miners +0.6% down to Consumer Staples -0.7%.

Over in Asia, China +0.9%, Hong Kong +0.8%, Japan +0.3%, India closed.

Losing height in UK/Europe: FTSE -0.3%, DAX +0.1%, CAC -0.1%.

 

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In the weeds today on the heels of a Windows update that broke my Word and Excel programs and subsequently resulted in the complete breakdown of Windows.  Fortunately I had been in the process of setting up a new computer over the past couple of weeks, but it was not complete, so I am still catching up. 

Later!  

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1 hour ago, DrStool said:

Massive gap breakout in the 10 year yield hourly chart but still rangebound on the daily. Needs to clear 1.90.  If it does, the wheels come off. 

Sooner or later, sooner preferably,  a stock sell off will be in order. The world needs low rates more than it needs higher stock prices which at this point a becoming a source of embarrassment for the Fed.  Well one would think, as if they are capable of embarrassment.

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