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SMI     European Equity Index Technicals: Uptrend Intact For Stocks (pinkblue)

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pinkblue     posted : 29/03/10   03:36 pm


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By Francis Bray
A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Rolling 24-hour chart levels:

Index Futures: FTSE 100 E-STOXX DAX CAC 40
Jun Jun Jun Apr
Previous Close 5656.5 2867.0 6132.5 3984.0
3 Day Trend Range Bullish Bullish Range
Weekly Trend Bullish Bullish Bullish Bullish
3rd Resistance 5708.5 2942.0 6281.0 4075.5
2nd Resistance 5693.5 2926.0 6194.0 4050.0
1st Resistance 5678.5 2884.0 6147.0 4010.0
Pivot* 5657.2 2868.3 6127.5 3987.2
1st Support 5636.5 2856.0 6103.5 3971.5
2nd Support 5628.5 2853.0 6050.0 3945.5
3rd Support 5589.0 2832.0 6002.5 3908.0
Intraday FTSE 100: Remains below last week's high at 5693.5 to consolidate the advance off the Mar. 24 higher low at 5589.0, but last week's positive candle suggests the 5693.5 high is set for a retest. Above there would open congested resistance at 5704.5/5708.5, but sustained strength would open projected resistance at 5741.0. Keeping 5628.5 intact is key to maintaining the short-term uptrend, and only below there would concern bulls and expose the 5589.0 higher low.

Weekly chart FTSE 100 trend: Bullish.

Intraday EURO STOXX 50: Last week's lower low, higher close underpins the short-term bull trend, and last week's high at 2884.0 is set for renewed bull pressure. Above there would complete a near-term bull pennant, and promote room for further strength towards the 2926.0 area, which protects the continuation chart reaction high at 2942.0. Only below 2856.0 would defer the bullish outlook and expose the 2832.0 area.

Weekly chart EURO STOXX 50 trend: Bullish.

Intraday DAX 30: Last week's highest close since mid-September 2008 highlights the strong underlying bull tone, and renewed pressure is expected on last week's high at 6147.0. Above there would complete an intraday bull pennant, and prompt further gains towards the 1.618 extension target at 6194.0. Below 6106.5 would defer the bullish outlook and prompt corrective weakness towards the 6050.0 support area.

Weekly chart DAX 30 trend: Bullish.

Intraday CAC 40: Remains below last week's contract high at 4010.0, but last week's bullish outside candle highlights the strong underlying bull tone and suggests the 4010.0 high is set for a retest. Above there would open 4050.0 and the 1.618 extension target at 4075.5, which lies close to the 2010 high at 4089.0 on the continuation chart. Below 3971.5 would extend corrective weakness towards 3945.5, but only below there would question the bullish outlook.

Weekly chart CAC 40 trend: Bullish.

* The pivot is the sum of the high, low and close divided by 3.

For more technical analysis see: Dow Jones Newswires, N/DJTA; Bloomberg, NI DJTA; and Reuters key word search "INSI-DJN"

By Francis Bray; Dow Jones Newswires; +44 (0)207 842 9249; francis.bray@dowjones.com

Francis Bray is Dow Jones' chief technical analyst for Europe, and has worked as a technical analyst and trader for 20 years in London, Barcelona and Guernsey.

Data provided by CQG International Ltd.

(This article is general financial information, not personalized investment advice, as it does not consider the unique circumstances affecting an individual reader's decision to buy or sell a specific security or currency. Dow Jones does not warrant the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information in this article, and any errors will not be made the basis for any claim against Dow Jones. The author does not invest in the instruments or markets cited in this article.)

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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

March 29, 2010 02:31 ET (06:31 GMT)


pinkblue     posted : 30/03/10   03:45 pm


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2010-03-30 - 07:55:31
=European Equity Index Technicals: Stocks Facing Consolidation
By Francis Bray
A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Rolling 24-hour chart levels:
Index Futures: FTSE 100 E-STOXX DAX CAC 40
Jun Jun Jun Apr
Previous Close 5660.0 2878.0 6165.5 3998.5
3 Day Trend Range Range Bullish Range
Weekly Trend Bullish Bullish Bullish Bullish
3rd Resistance 5708.5 2942.0 6281.0 4075.5
2nd Resistance 5693.5 2926.0 6194.0 4050.0
1st Resistance 5689.0 2892.0 6180.5 4019.0
Pivot* 5662.0 2876.0 6160.2 3996.2
1st Support 5636.5 2856.0 6134.5 3971.0
2nd Support 5628.5 2832.0 6103.5 3953.0
3rd Support 5589.0 2808.0 6050.0 3925.0
Intraday FTSE 100: Monday's directionless action leaves the market below last week's high at 5693.5, consolidating the advance off the Mar. 24 higher low at 5589.0. However, last week's positive candle suggests the
5693.5 high is set for a retest. Above there would open congested resistance at 5704.5/5708.5, but sustained strength would open projected resistance at 5741.0. Keeping 5628.5 intact is key to maintaining the short-term uptrend, and only below there would concern bulls and expose the 5589.0 higher low.
Weekly chart FTSE 100 trend: Bullish.
Intraday EURO STOXX 50: Set a fresh near-term high at 2892.0 Monday, but has failed to sustain the strength and has left a doji, which creates near-term uncertainty. However, while 2832.0 contains corrective weakness, the underlying tone remains bullish for renewed pressure on the 2892.0 high. Above there would open the 2926.0 area, which protects the continuation chart reaction high at 2942.0.
Weekly chart EURO STOXX 50 trend: Bullish.
Intraday DAX 30: Monday's push into fresh 18-month highs above 6147.0 maintains the strong underlying bull trend and brings the 1.618 extension target at 6194.0 ever closer. With upside momentum showing no signs of abating, a further push above 6194.0 towards the next layer of resistance at 6281.0 - the late September 2008 lower high, cannot be ruled out. The Mar. 25 higher low at 6103.5 will look to contain corrective dips, although solid support lies in the 6050.0 area.
Weekly chart DAX 30 trend: Bullish.
Intraday CAC 40: Set a fresh contract high at 4019.0 Monday to meet a key upside target, but leaving a doji highlights the indecision regarding near-term direction. However, with week's bullish outside candle, the skew is to the upside, and renewed bull pressure on 4019.0 would threaten further gains towards 4050.0 and the 1.618 extension target at 4075.5. Below 3971.0 would extend corrective weakness towards the 3925.0 area.
Weekly chart CAC 40 trend: Bullish.
* The pivot is the sum of the high, low and close divided by 3.
For more technical analysis see: Dow Jones Newswires, N/DJTA; Bloomberg, NI DJTA; and Reuters key word search "INSI-DJN"
By Francis Bray; Dow Jones Newswires; +44 (0)207 842 9249; francis.bray@dowjones.com Francis Bray is Dow Jones' chief technical analyst for Europe, and has worked as a technical analyst and trader for 20 years in London, Barcelona and Guernsey.
Data provided by CQG International Ltd.
(This article is general financial information, not personalized investment advice, as it does not consider the unique circumstances affecting an individual reader's decision to buy or sell a specific security or currency. Dow Jones does not warrant the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information in this article, and any errors will not be made the basis for any claim against Dow Jones. The author does not invest in the instruments or markets cited in this
article.)
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
March 30, 2010 01:55 ET (05:55 GMT)

pinkblue     posted : 31/03/10   01:26 pm


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2010-03-31 - 08:27:08
=European Equity Index Technicals: Setback Gathering Pace
By Francis Bray
A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Rolling 24-hour chart levels:
Index Futures: FTSE 100 E-STOXX DAX CAC 40
Jun Jun Jun Apr
Previous Close 5640.0 2878.0 6170.0 3999.5
3 Day Trend Bearish Range Range Range
Weekly Trend Bullish Bullish Bullish Bullish
3rd Resistance 5704.5 2934.0 6281.0 4075.5
2nd Resistance 5694.5 2899.0 6214.0 4029.0
1st Resistance 5661.0 2891.0 6202.5 4014.5
Pivot* 5649.5 2879.7 6175.3 4002.5
1st Support 5614.0 2862.0 6142.0 3971.0
2nd Support 5589.0 2853.0 6103.5 3949.0
3rd Support 5555.0 2825.0 6050.0 3925.0
Intraday FTSE 100: Suffers a significant setback off Tuesday's bull trap high at 5694.5 to protect the continuation chart peak at 5704.5, and Tuesday's low at 5614.0 is set to come under renewed bear pressure. Below there would expose the Mar. 24 higher low at 5589.0, which needs to contain weakness in order to prevent 5694.5 becoming a short-term bull failure. Above 5661.0 would provide relief, although 5694.5 is unlikely to be breached.
Weekly chart FTSE 100 trend: Bullish.
Intraday EURO STOXX 50: Tuesday's setback off 2899.0 left a second consecutive doji at the top of a short-term uptrend, and the Mar. 25 higher low at 2853.0 is set for a retest. Below there would confirm bull failure at 2899.0, and prompt further weakness towards the 2825.0 area. Only regaining ground above 2891.0 would suggest a return to the 2899.0 high.
Weekly chart EURO STOXX 50 trend: Bullish.
Intraday DAX 30: Suffered a setback off Tuesday's 18-month high at 6214.0 to leave a long-legged doji, and with bullish momentum visibly waning, the risk is for a retest of the Mar. 25 low at 6103.5. However, weakness should be contained above the 6050.0 support area for now. Only regaining ground above 6202.5 would suggest a return to the 6214.0 high.
Weekly chart DAX 30 trend: Bullish.
Intraday CAC 40: A second consecutive doji highlights indecision, and the setback off Tuesday's contract high at 4029.0 suggests there is scope for further weakness towards Monday's low at 3971.0. Consolidation is retracing the 3869.0/4029.0 advance, and there is scope for the 50% retracement level at 3949.0, protecting the 3925.0 area. Above 4014.5 would re-open the 4029.0 high.
Weekly chart CAC 40 trend: Bullish.
* The pivot is the sum of the high, low and close divided by 3.
For more technical analysis see: Dow Jones Newswires, N/DJTA; Bloomberg, NI DJTA; and Reuters key word search "INSI-DJN"
By Francis Bray; Dow Jones Newswires; +44 (0)207 842 9249; francis.bray@dowjones.com Francis Bray is Dow Jones' chief technical analyst for Europe, and has worked as a technical analyst and trader for 20 years in London, Barcelona and Guernsey.

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