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30Sep2016 Market Close: Markets Teetering On Investor Doubt, Will Collapse Of Deutsche Bank Matter, US Dollar Headed South Along With Gold, Higher Crude Prices Sure To Take Market Down

Written by Gary

Steep selloff at the session end on relatively heavy volume indicating profit taking for the weekend. Indexes closed in the green (SPY +0.8%), but crude prices refused to budge off their high water line. US dollar fell, 3% more to go says MS.

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30Sep2016 Market Update: Wall Street Almost One Percent Higher, Gold Falling Like A Rock, USD To Slip 4 Percent, Are You Afraid Yet

Written by Gary

Wall Street higher (SPY +0.9%) as Deutsche Bank worries taper, MS claims the USD will fall another 3% to 4% from current levels (95.47). Investor sentiment rises as gold waterfalls, but WTI crude remains higher in the 48 handle.

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30Sep2016 Pre-Market Commentary: Worries Over Failing Deutsche Bank Overshadow Green US Market Open, WTI Crude Prices Recover Somewhat, Investors Concerned That Japans Deflation Will Spread To US

Written by Gary

Wall Street futures pointed to a positive open today (SPY +0.3%) as concerns over Deutsche Bank were firmly in the minds of investors. Japan slips further into deflation, China's factory sector struggles and crude prices slumped more than 1% after two-day rally.

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29Sep2016 Market Close: Wall Street Bracing For Major Turn Down If German Bank Fails, Crude Prices Rise Towards 50 Handle And US Dollar Showing New Strength

Written by Gary

US markets closed lower (SPY - 0.9%), investors concerned that Wall Street is getting ready for the 'Big Fall'. Crude Remains Higher Along With US Dollar. Indicators bearish, maybe very bearish.

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29Sep2016 Market Update: WTI Crude Rises Into 48 Handle, Goldman Sticks To Lower Crude Prices In The Future, US Dollar Volatile Reflecting On Future Market Movements, Gold Moving Higher Signaling Weakening US Market

Written by Gary

Wall Street Slipping dramatically ahead of Ms Yellen's speech this afternoon (SPY - 0.7%). Investors concerned about Goldman Sachs bearish crude prices, stronger US dollar. Indicators bearish.

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29Sep2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US Markets Expected To Open Lower, GDP Higher, Unemployment Lower, US Dollar Higher, Crude Prices Steady And Higher

Written by Gary

US stock future indexes are down this morning (DOW - 0.2%), but should turn higher, WTI crude prices remain in the low 47 handle, gold is volatile and showing signs of weakening by slipping below 1320. The US dollar shot up after morning reports unemployment benefits rose less than expected and U.S. economic growth was less sluggish than previously thought. Indicators neutral to bullish.

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28Sep2016 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Higher After A Sluggish Start In The Morning, Crude Prices Close Higher In Face Of GS Saying Crude Will Fall, Indicators Neutral

Written by Gary

US markets closed up nicely after spending the morning and early afternoon in the red (SPY +0.5%). WTI crude prices rebounded to 47.40 before settling in the high 46 handle. The US dollar was volatile today and it slipped off its session highs (95.66) to a low 95 support. Indicators are neutral to bullish, but one can expect a repeat tomorrow.

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28Sep2016 Market Update: Wall Street In Indecisive Mode As Investors Try To Follow OPEC's Lead

Written by Gary

US markets remain down fractionally (SPY -01%) after opening fractionally in the green. Durable goods orders were unchanged in August from the prior month, crude prices and the US dollar have experienced wide fluctuations throughout the morning and afternoon session. Indicators remain neutral with a bearish slant.

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28Sep2016 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street Flat Again This Morning, Crude Prices Rise, US Dollar Down And Prospects Are Dim To Cut Oil Output, GS Says Crude Prices Going Down No Matter What

Written by Gary

US stock future indexes are flat again this morning (SPY +0.04%), as investors focused on the highly-anticipated meeting of major oil producers scheduled later in the day. Crude prices rebounded to the low 45 handle after plunging 3% earlier. Indicators are neutral with a bearish slant.

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