Bias: Still Bullish
Resistance: 9994, 9999, 10000, 10033, 10050
Support: 9959, 9950, 9920 9890, 9800
Same sentiment as yesterday, bullish, another new high, still tracking the 10k level it just looks more likely to happen now.
Japan could provide a catalyst for further movement with their releases, but for the moment, we continue to look north.
I am short-term trading at the moment and will provide the signal as soon as I learn how to embed it on the site.
Europe’s recovery faces three risks – unemployment and a lack of productivity and structural reforms, according to the European Central Bank’s President, Mario Draghi.
In a speech to be delivered to the Finnish Parliament later Thursday, Draghi concedes that the euro area economic outlook “is surrounded by a number of downside risks.”
According to a transcript released ahead of the speech to Finnish lawmakers, Draghi will say that the euro zone’s “recovery will likely be dampened by high unemployment, sizeable unutilized capacity, and the necessary balance sheet adjustments….Inflation in the euro zone remains very low (and) meanwhile, we are facing continuously sluggish money and credit dynamics.”
“We have seen a weakening in the euro area’s growth momentum over the summer Also, most recent forecasts by private and public sector institutions have been revised downwards. Our expectation for a moderate recovery in the next years still remains in place, reflecting our monetary policy measures, the ongoing improvements in financial conditions, and the progress made vis-à-vis structural reforms and fiscal consolidation,” he said.