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Article / 4 hours agoEuropean markets ended lower while the US markets are trading in the red as investor sentiment was dented following disappointing US economic data. Earnings reports from some major US and European corporates will attract market focus.Read the article
Squawk / 7 hours agoWatch 1865 in the S&P 500 (June '14) Futures. If we break this level we'd likely see a reaction back to 1850 then 1840. If it holds all's well in the Bull camp. it was Monday's day session high and yesterday's day session low, so a "pivotal" level (filled gap if you like).
Article / Yesterday at 16:57 GMT
Market Review: M&A activity and strong macro data lift sentimentEuropean markets closed higher and the US markets are trading in positive territory as investor sentiment received a boost following fresh M&A activity in the pharmaceutical sector and after data indicated an increase in Eurozone consumer confidence and a rise in US house price indices.Read the article
Article / Yesterday at 9:38 GMT
US Easter data wrap: Leading indicators surge in MarchThe Easter break saw the release of a range of interesting economic data, including US leading indicators, which rose no less than 0.8 percent month-on-month in March.Read the article
Squawk / Yesterday at 8:39 GMTAnother example of our analysis. Brought stop loss to 9350 . Trade less make more
Squawk / Yesterday at 6:06 GMTSP500 E-mini ($ES_F) Push Above 1867.5 Would Negate the April Top
S&P 500 rebound effort leaves bias for a range theme above 1867.5 (but with a positive bias)
• A better recovery effort late last week and to start this week during a less liquid market (given Easter holidays still in Europe), but with growing risk for a push above the key failure peak at 1867.5.
• Although we still see bearish pressures whist below here, the growing threat is for a break above to neutralize the topping structure from early April. This would then see a more resilient tone for 1875/76.
• Whilst below 1867.5, however, the bias is for a roll back lower to the range, for 1856/55 and 1840.5.
WHAT CHANGES THIS?
• Above 1867.5 signals a neutral tone, only shifting positive above 1892.5.
Please see full report with levels and latest audio-visual analysis here: http://members.marketchartist.com/Daily/sp500.pdf
Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 5:47 GMT
Summertime blues could await stock bullsCNBCAs markets head for summer doldrums, analysts are becoming more concerned that the long bull market in stocks is ripe for a correction.Read article on CNBC Go to post
"We're in a period where equity markets generally want to go up, but they went up so much last year, that they're having a bit of a holiday," Richard Harris, CEO of Port Shelter Investment Management, told CNBC.
Squawk / Friday at 11:22 GMTAnother great example of our trade setups. We issued this short at exact top. We trade less but make more.
Article / Thursday at 16:39 GMT
Market Review: Good US macro and earnings reports lead market higherEuropean markets closed higher and US markets are trading mostly in positive territory as a less-than-expected rise in US weekly initial jobless claims and a rise in the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's manufacturing activity indicator lifted investor sentiment.Read the article
Article / Thursday at 8:29 GMT
Saxo Trade Navigator: Thursday, April 17The Saxo Trade Navigator provides you with daily technical insight into almost 200 instruments ranging from FX to equities, commodities and bonds.Read the article