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US30 - Eases from Key 29000 Level as U.S. Economic Recovery a Year Away

 

 
The US30 index has eased away from the strong resistance at the key 29000 level, after rallying very well for the last three weeks, which saw the US30 index moving from a six week low to back above the key 28000 level and towards 29000. The 29000 level also provided resistance to the US30 index in early September, when it was approaching its all time high set earlier in the year, and it is now easing back towards the other key level of 28000 which is likely to offer some support. Those three weeks saw the index recover very well after it declined sharply from its six month high above 29000 at the beginning of September back to lows below 27000. The rejection at 29000 reinforces how significant this level has become so it will be interesting to see if the index makes another run to break through.
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Market Recap: 12 - 16 October

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week rallying higher and resuming its trading around the key $43 level. Only a week ago UK Oil was strongly rejected by the resistance around the key $43 level again forcing it lower, before the recent rally. This latest rejection was on the back of a strong rally in the previous week which saw UK Oil move from a three month low below $39 back up to the key level at $43. In the last few weeks UK Oil has made repeated attempts to break through the long time key level of $43 which reinforces how significant this level is.
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US30 - Rejected at Key 29000 Level as Fed Worried about Stimulus

 

 
After rallying very well for the last three weeks, which saw the US30 index moving from a six week low to back above the key 28000 level and towards the other key level of 29000, it has met strong resistance at 29000 forcing it lower again. The 29000 level also provided resistance to the US30 index in early September, when it was approaching its all time high set earlier in the year. The last three weeks has seen the index recover very well after it declined sharply from its six month high above 29000 at the beginning of September back to lows below 27000. The rejection at 29000 reinforces how significant this level has become so it will be interesting to see if the index makes another run to break through.
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Market Recap: 5 - 9 October

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week rallying higher to a three week high placing pressure on the key level at 0.7250. In the last week or so, the AUDUSD had settled in a narrow range just under 0.72 after rallying well in the previous week from a two month low below the key 0.7050 level and has now made another run at 0.7250. The AUDUSD spent around two weeks resting on support at the 0.7250 level, after easing away from a two year high above 0.74, although looking as though it may continue to climb higher through 0.74 before the recent drop.
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US30 - Drops Back Through Key 28000 Level as Trump Ends Stimulus Talks

 

 
After rallying well for the last two weeks, which saw the US30 index moving from a six week low to back above the key 28000 level, it has reversed in the last 24 hours moving it strongly back below 28000. It has spent the best part of the last month trading between support at 27000 and resistance at 28000, with the latter playing a role and pushing the index back below into the range. Generally since the beginning of September, the US30 index has declined sharply from its six month high above 29000 back to lows below 27000, before settling a little in the last few weeks. Any support received at 28000 was convincingly broken after having provided some support for a few days and it is currently offering some resistance.
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Market Recap: 28 September - 2 October

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week disappearing quickly from the key $43 level falling to a near four month low below $40. Just prior to the fall, UK Oil made repeated attempts over two weeks to break through the long time key level of $43. After settling in a narrow range right around $40 after having fallen sharply for the week prior from a six month high above $46, UK Oil did well to rally back to this key level before easing below again. For the last four months the $43 level has played a key role in UK Oil and continues to do so as it is currently providing resistance.
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US30 - Rallies above Key 27000 Level as Fed Looks to Recovery Roadmap

 

 
In the last week, the US30 index has rallied from a six week low to back above the key 27000 level back into the range under another key level at 28000. It did enjoy some support from 27000 a week ago and this may continue to prop up the index. Despite its rally in the last week, the last four weeks has seen the index decline dropping sharply from its six month high above 29000 back to lows below 27000, although it has made some attempts to rally back above the key 28000 level. Any support received at 28000 was convincingly broken after having provided some support for a few days and it is currently offering some resistance. In the two weeks leading up to the resistance at 28000 around mid-August, the US30 index moved steadily higher reaching a then six month high just above 28000.
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Market Recap: 21 - 25 September

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week continuing to fall down to a two month low near 0.70 before trading in a small range right around the key 0.7050 level. In the last week the AUDUSD dropped back through another key level of 0.7250, after spending more than a week resting on support at this level, after easing away from a two year high above 0.74. In the week leading up to the two year high the AUDUSD was able to push through the resistance at 0.7250, which had been placing downward pressure on the currency pair, and this level is likely to continue to play a role in the AUDUSD, especially if the AUDUSD rallies from its current low.
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US30 - Falls to Support at 27000 as Fed Reiterates Low Rates

 

 
In the last week, the US30 index has fallen from one key level at 28000 down to another key level at 27000 where it has enjoyed some solid support in the last day or so. In doing so, the index has fallen to a six week low. The latest decline comes on the back of a similar decline a few weeks ago when it dropped sharply from its six month high above 29000 back to a one month low near 27000, before it slowly but steadily rallied back to the key 28000 level. Any support received at 28000 was convincingly broken after having provided some support for a few days and it is currently offering some resistance. In the two weeks leading up to the resistance at 28000 around mid-August, the US30 index moved steadily higher reaching a then six month high just above 28000.
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Market Recap: 14 - 18 September

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week undertaking a strong rally to move it back to the key level at $43 after falling to a three month low below $40. Just prior to the rally, UK Oil settled in a narrow range right around $40 after having fallen sharply for the week prior, from a six month high above $46. It didn’t move with any strength in the four weeks or so, as UK Oil ever so slightly moved higher reaching that six month high, as it has been a period of very low volatility.
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