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Stocks started on a weak note last week, falling nearly down to SPX 2070 by Tuesday morning. As I had stated before there is strong support between 2080 and 2070. Markets mainly followed the news coming out of Europe revolving around the negotiation on Greek debt and the release of its bailout funds. On Wednesday, stocks popped higher as there seemed to be some optimism in Greece reaching a deal with its creditors. On Thursday morning, SPX climbed back to 2115. Hope faded on Friday, as the negotiating parties parted without getting a deal done.

As I said last weekend, market indices were becoming more vulnerable. Wednesday's pop brought the indices back to neutral. But, Friday's drop put pressured on the major indices again!

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For the week, the Dow was up +49.36 points; SPX added +1.28 points; Nasdaq slid 17.36 points. Gold bounced higher to close above $1180/ounce. Oil (WTI) was basically unchanged, trading around $60/barrel. Asian markets were down at the time of this writing, as the latest proposal from Greece was rejected again! Let's see where the US markets stood after Friday's close:

SPX

On Friday, SPX fell 14.75 points to close at 2094.11. It closed below its daily MAs. Its MACD went down.

Nasdaq

Nasdaq dropped 31.41 points to close at 5051.1. Its MACD was lower as well.SPX now looks weak, closing below its daily MAs. Nasdaq is neutral with a bearish bias, as its MACD slid. For the new week..

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Posted to Ecstatic Plays on Jun 15, 2015 — 1:06 AM
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