East to West: Footsie surprise

The Footsie is testing resistance at its June high of 7600. Trend Index is still declining but recovery above 0.2% would indicate buyers are taking control.

FTSE 100

Europe is weaker, with tall shadows on weekly Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 600 candles and a declining Trend Index warning of selling pressure.

DJ Euro Stoxx 50

In Asia, South Korea’s Seoul Composite Index broke support at 2450, confirming the bearish divergence on Twiggs Trend Index. Expect a correction to test primary support at 2300.

Seoul Composite Index

Japan’s Nikkei 225 Index remains bullish, consolidating in a narrow band below resistance at 23000. Trend Index troughs high above zero indicate strong buying pressure.

Nikkei 225 Index

China’s Shanghai Composite Index found short-term support at 3250. Bearish divergence on the Trend Index warns of selling pressure.

Shanghai Composite Index

India’s NSE Nifty Index is testing resistance at 10500 after a mild correction to 10,000. Twiggs Trend Index respecting zero signals strong buying pressure. Breakout above 10500 is likely and would indicate another primary advance with an immediate target of 11000*.

Nifty Index

Target 10500 + ( 10500 – 10000 ) = 11000

Moving to the US, the S&P 500 continues to shrug off concerns over high valuations and a flattening yield curve. The rising Trend Index, high above zero, indicates long-term buying pressure.

S&P 500

Bellwether transport stock Fedex has advanced to 250, signaling strong economic activity, a bullish sign for the entire economy.

Nasdaq 100

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