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Asia Soars but What About Europe?
Monday’s fairly quiet trading may be the exception rather than the rule for the rest of the week. The minor 0.13% gain in the Dow Industrials was offset by the 1.13% drop in the Dow Transports. The early selling was well absorbed as the S&P 500 had an intra-day low of 1967.31 but then closed barely higher at 1978.91. The ADX analysis indicates that the market leading PowerShares QQQ Trust (QQQ) is no longer trending. This is similar to what occurred in late April and early May before the QQQ started to trend higher. The marginally higher close Monday has caused some improvement in the OBV on the Spyder Trust (SPY) but this is not yet supported by the A/D line analysis. The Pending Home Sales data put further pressure on the home building stocks as the iShares US Home Construction ETF (ITB) was down 1.25%. It was one of the four ETFs that have recently generated quarterly pivot sell signals. This is a week loaded with economic data as we get new data on home prices and consumer confidence today. It is the GDP data on Wednesday that will likely set the stage for Friday’s job report. Looking overseas, the Asian ETFs are looking strong while the European ETFs have been correcting for several weeks. Does this change the outlook for the Euro zone countries or is this just a normal correction?
|1||New York Stock Exchange||United States||New York|
|2||NASDAQ||United States||New York|
|3||Tokyo Stock Exchange||Japan||Tokyo|
|4||London Stock Exchange Group|| United Kingdom
|6||Hong Kong Stock Exchange||Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|7||Shanghai Stock Exchange||China||Shanghai|
|8||Toronto Stock Exchange||Canada||Toronto|
|9||Frankfurt Stock Exchange||Germany||Frankfurt|
|10||Australian Securities Exchange||Australia||Sydney|
|11||Bombay Stock Exchange||India||Mumbai|
|12||National Stock Exchange of India||India||Mumbai|
|13||SIX Swiss Exchange||Switzerland||Zurich|
|14||BM&F Bovespa||Brazil||São Paulo|
|15||Korea Exchange||South Korea||Seoul|
|16||Shenzhen Stock Exchange||China||Shenzhen|
|17||BME Spanish Exchanges||Spain||Madrid|
|18||JSE Limited||South Africa||Johannesburg|
|21||Taiwan Stock Exchange||Taiwan||Taipei|