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The passing week ended as an inside, relatively small range Weekly bar with a bullish body, something like “I’m not that strong, but neither am I in a hurry to decline”.  As for the current price action, most likely the current

Finally, the Dollar Index did reach the level of 98.68, the target of the bullish signal triggered on the Brexit spike, initiated by taking out the High of 95.96. The signal to go long above the Weekly High mentioned here

The most important Low mentioned in the past reviews – 8518.15 has been taken out. As said before, had the market made a reversal up above that Low, it would have been a clear sign of strength that could drive

U.S. market indexes were mixed on Friday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18145.71 for a loss of -16.64 points or -0.09 percent. The S&P 500 closed at 2141.16 for a loss of -0.18 points or

After Market Data of NSE,BSE and MSEI in Capital Markets For Trade Date 21-Oct-2016 FII/FPI/DII Trading Activity (Rs. Cr) Category Buy Value Sell Value Net Value FII/FPI 3501.42 3774.33 -272.91 DII 2517.59 2017.22 500.37   FII Derivatives Statistics Type Buy

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U.S. market indexes were lower Thursday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18162.35 for a loss of -40.27 points or -0.22 percent. The S&P 500 closed at 2141.34 for a loss of -2.95 points or -0.14

After Market Data of NSE,BSE and MSEI in Capital Markets For Trade Date 20-Oct-2016 FII/FPI/DII Trading Activity (Rs. Cr) Category Buy Value Sell Value Net Value FII/FPI 2751.57 2744.27 7.3 DII 2480.7 1897.48 583.22   FII Derivatives Statistics Type Buy

NEW YORK : PREMARKET WORLD NEWS Dec E-mini S&Ps (ESZ16 +0.12%) are up +0.14% on better-than-expected earnings results from American Express and European stocks are up +0.28% ahead of today’s ECB meeting, where investors will scour comments from ECB President

NEW YORK : U.S. stock futures are pointing higher in pre-market trading for Thursday, October 20. The Dow Futures are at 18158.0 for a gain of 33.00 points. The S&P 500 Futures are at 2140.5 for a gain of 2.50