Written by Gary
SP500 tests, yet again, the resistance at 2020 and fails, for now anyway. WTI oil is repelled from its support at 46.80 and the U.S. dollar remains volatile, but basically unchanged from early morning trading. Markets open lower and immediately began climbing to test the all important resistance all done on low volume. Short term indicators were very bullish this morning, but have turned neutral as the markets trade sideways.
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13Oct2015 Pre-Market Commentary: U.S. Futures Down, Europe And Asia In The Red, Oil Slipping, Investors Weary About Good Third-Quarter Corporate Earnings
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Global Markets are in the red this morning with the U.S. stock futures indexes off a half percentage point as weak Chinese trade data rekindled fears about the health of the global economy. European markets are lower with shares in Germany leading the slide with the DAX down 1.34% while France's CAC 40 is off 1.26% and London's FTSE 100 is lower by 0.96%.
US markets are expected to open lower with investors sitting on wallets awaiting 3rd. Quarter corporate earnings reports.
12Oct2015 Market Close: Falling Oil Prices Keep Averages From Advancing As Investors Worry About Thi
12Oct2015 Market Update: WTI Oil Slipping Seriously, Averages Can't Advance Through Resistance, Inve
The National Federation of Independent Business's (NFIB) optimism index improved 0.2 to 96.1 - and still not above the 42 year average of 98.. The market was expecting the index between 94.8 to 96.5 with consensus at 95.8.