Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI)

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Market: United States
# Components: 30

  • Volume: 120,007,237
  • Open: 16,774.02
  • Day's Range: 16,746.03 - 16,865.09
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Guy S. Ortmann, CMT
NYSE: Time For A Pause  
By Guy S. Ortmann, CMT - Oct 06, 2015

NYSE 1 Day McClellan OB/OS Overbought Opinion: All of the indexes closed higher yesterday with strong breadth as volumes rose on the NYSE but declined slightly on the NASDAQ. All closed at or near ...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: October 6, 2015
By Technical Trading - Oct 06, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: -1.1173(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1160, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1132. Break of the latter would result in 1.1115. If a...

iFOREX Daily Analysis : October 06, 2015
By iFOREX - Oct 06, 2015

The dollar gained against most major currencies on Monday despite weak U.S. service sector data which lowered optimism over the strength of the U.S. economy. The Institute of Supply Management ...

Stock Markets Rise As Rate Hike Probability Fades  
By OptionsClick - Oct 06, 2015

Stock markets rose on Monday in Asia and the U.S. as the prospect of a further delay in the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise interest rates and a newfound stability in the commodities markets ...

The Night Owl Trader
Tuesday Uncertain
By The Night Owl Trader  - Oct 06, 2015

The Hoot Actionable ideas for the busy trader delivered daily right up front Tuesday uncertain. ES pivot 1964.00. Holding above is bullish. Rest of week bias uncertain technically. Monthly outlook:...

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deep samadder
deep samadder 14 hours ago
Sureshot new lows for global markets.. Coming soon.
William O'Rourke
William O'Rourke 15 hours ago
The IMF announced today we are about to enter a global recession. Down from here with new lows for 2015 being made.
Theodoridis Thomas
Theodoridis Thomas 16 hours ago
Bullish traps? 200 more points for sensex and 90 for Nifty to close the daily gap in India (intraday and starting moving down...?), China is coming... Opening on Thursday not Friday as someone else said in the past. So we need to drop down a bit from US and UK to not have a sharp upward movement from China and trap more investors from that country too! Only if oil changes a lot and moves upward a lot (more than 50-52$), it will show maybe a reverse to the global (more) middle termly downward trend correlation that was existing the longer term of the previous days due to China's and commodities fall. For Dow there is a chance to close slightly positive or everyone will understand from today where the market will go. My opinion. I don`t bear any responsibility for any trading losses you might incur as a result of using this data.
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