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Emini Futures Trading / Inside Day Drifts Higher

E-Mini S&P 500: An Inside Day of mixed views!

The E-Mini S&P 500 withstood the Standard & Poor’s credit rating agency on Monday cautioning that they may have to downgrade the US AAA rating in the US Treasury debt unless the Federal Government is able to contain the budget deficit within the next two years. The news broke and so did the market for that matter as the E-Mini S&P 500 had slipped to $1290.25. The market was fragile to begin with and volume has been light. In the meantime, the Fed still continues with the QE2 through June 30th  with sort of a “wait and see” attitude. It seems highly unlikely that any policy changes would take place this year. It will be interesting to see how they ease out of the plan eventually.  For now, the inflation issues remain a concern as Crude Oil  is still trading around $108.00, the beans are still in the teens and the balance is tenuous. Today, the market had an inside day as trader’s were apprehensive about the potential deficit issues. On the positive side, earnings may be what is keeping this market propped up! 

Earning season may prove to fortify this market if the majority can stay at least in line with expectations.  Health Care and Material stock have been fairly uplifting lately as Johnson & Johnson rose 3.7 percent to $62.69.  Intel Corp. was up 5.7 percent to $21.  International Business Machines Corp. raised its profit outlook, but slid  1.2  percent.  US Steel Corp. was up 4.5 percent to $52.74, while Steel Dynamics was up 5.7 percent to $18.46.    

Housing Starts  were up 7.2 percent to 549,000 units .  We still have a long road ahead in this sector, but at least we’re not backtracking.

Wednesday,  we look forward to Existing Home Sales at 9:00 AM CST.  


Wednesday,  what to expect!  We are technically still in seventh day sell mode on the Daily Chart. The E-Mini S&P 500 has paused for an inside day today! Wednesday, we look for an inside to higher day!  Today’s range was $1309.50 - $1294.00. The market settled at $1308.50. Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1304.50. Our anticipated potential range for Wednesday’s trading may be $1318.50 - $1298.50. The market stays bearish below $1324.75. The market may form a pennant before determining direction.  The E-Mini S&P 500 is vulnerable to weakness at this point, but may have the ability to climb with some of the anticipated earnings forecasts.




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Leslie Burton

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