China: Apres Moi Le Monde?

July 4th, 2013
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by Chris Kimble, Kimble Charting Solutions

Could a slowdown in China not only impact other Emerging markets, could it ripple into the U.S.? The chart 4-pack below reflects that the Shanghai index is breaking support of a multi-year flag pattern, with the bottom of the flag pattern, being a support line that has been in place for 20-years.


Follow up:

The 4-pack below reflects that the Hang Seng index is breaking support along with EEM and VWO, two of the six largest ETF's in the U.S.! Don't overlook the potential ripple effects and impact on markets in the U.S. if these flag breakdowns continue to push lower!

Click on any chart for larger image.china-kimble-2013-july-fig-1china-kimble-2013-july-fig-2china-kimble-2013-july-fig-3

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