Charts Today – Stocks steady, LSE technical glitch, US set to open higher [Video]

Charts Today – 16 August 2019 – Stocks steady, LSE technical glitch, US set to open higher

  • Dollar Index bullish and against the Yen.

  • Eurodollar breaks back below $1.11, bearish.

  • Sterling gains.

  • Bitcoin weaker short term, back below $10,000.

  • US stocks little changed, on daily cloud support.

  • Russell 2000 index a worry. US indices set to open higher today based on US futures.

  • UK blue chips and midcaps not trading this morning due to technical glitch at LSE.

  • Germany and French stock indices up but remain medium term bearish.

  • Asian stock indices mostly up overnight, charts still weak.

  • Crude oil moves lower back to short term bearish.

  • Gold and silver hold bullish.

  • US 10 year yields break test the 1.50% mark.


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