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Emini FuturesCast / The Daily Pod  06/30/11


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E-Mini S&P 500: Will exhilaration lead to acceleration?

The E-Mini S&P 500 had surges of optimism throughout the day as reports came in to validate the growth possibilities! The Initial Jobless Claims only fell by 1,000, which was better than a week before, but under analyst expectations. The Institute for Supply Management-Chicago reported that it was up 61.1 from 56.6 in May. It is thought that the Chicago PMI may have been boosted by the return of supplies coming from Japan in the auto sector. The earthquake in Japan disrupted the supplies of tech and auto parts coming from Japan since the quake first hit. Kansas City Fed Survey also showed increased factory production in that region. Goldman Sachs came in with a statement that they anticipated raw goods or commodities to reach for some higher price action. They previously stated some months ago that they felt the commodity prices should retreat. The weaker US Dollar and the pull-back in the energy sector has given the market a boost relieving pressures of potential inflation and the higher dollar hindering the appeal of US exports. On the stock side:  News Corp. received support from the UK in the purchase of BSkyB.  AMR Corp. is negotiating with Airbus and Boeing Co. to purchase 250 airplanes to the tune of $15 billion to replace the current aircraft. 


The most coverage really came from the Euro Zone as Greece secured the bailout by completing the steps of the austerity program acceptance. The completion  created an easing in the marketplace as bankruptcy fears were alleviated for the moment. It is anticipated that another rate hike from the Euro Zone may occur as early as next week.  European Bank President Jean Claude Trichet has inferred that it is likely. With the positive flow of information and pre-holiday exhilaration perhaps tomorrow the E-Mini S&P 500  may hold these levels or climb to a potential new high.   


Friday, we look forward to US Construction Spending and ISM Manufacturing Index at 9:00 AM CST.

Friday, what to expect!  We are technically in buy mode on the Daily Chart! Friday, we look for an inside to higher day! Today’s range was $1317.50 - $1302.25. The market settled at $1315.50. Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1311.00. Our anticipated potential range for Friday’s Trading could be $1324.50 - $1302.50. The market stays bullish above $1262.50. The support may be the 200 day moving average around the $1255.00 area.

Leslie Burton

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