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Crude Oil
Previous Day Range High: 64.13 Low:63.05 Close: 63.90
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2:64.77
R-1:64.34
Support
S-1:63.26
S-2:62.61
Forecast
High:64.34
Low: 63.26
U.S. crude were slightly higher in volatile trade on Monday, after weakening on concerns that a rally that had sent price to their highest since December 2014 had run out of steam.Speculators currently have a record net-long position on the market, with bullish bets outweighing bearish ones.“At these levels, the market requires a steady drumbeat of positive information, and without that, its hard to attract new longs to the market,” said Gene McGillian, director of market research at Tradition Energy. U.S. crude ended Monday’s session up 25 cents at $63.62, having also hit its highest since December 2014 last week.
SPI
Previous Day Range High: 2836.50 Low: 2802.00 Close: 2835.25
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2:2859.08
R-1:2847.17
Support
S-1:2812.67
S-2:2790.08
Forecast
High:2847.17
Low:2812.67
The S&P 500 rose 0.8 percent to close at a record of 2,832.97, with energy and telecommunications as the best-performing sectors.
NDI
Previous Day Range High: 6933.25 Low: 6824.25 Close: 6931.00
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2:7005.17
R-1:6968.08
Support
S-1:6859.08
S-2:6787.17
Forecast
High:6968.08
Low:6859.08
The Nasdaq composite also reached an all-time high, advancing 1 percent to 7,408.03, with shares of Netflix hitting a record.
DJI
Previous Day Range High: 26225 Low: 25944 Close: 26195
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2:26402
R-1:26299
Support
S-1:26018
S-2:25840
Forecast
High:26299
Low :26018

The Dow Jones industrial average gained 142.88 points to close at 26,214.60, an all-time high.

 

Gold
Previous Day Range High: 1335.70 Low: 1328.35 Close: 1334.40
Technical Chart Resistance
R-2:1340.17
R-1:1337.28
Support
S-1:1329.93
S-2:1325.47
Forecast
High:1337.28
Low:1329.93
Gold fell on Monday as the dollar flattened out near following news that senators may be near an agreement that could end the U.S. government shutdown. World stocks shrugged off the shutdown in Washington, with investors seemingly confident the conflict between President Donald Trump and Democrats can be resolved swiftly. “We did see gold reach four-month highs last week on fears an agreement wouldn’t be reached and indeed that came to pass. The fact that gold is a bit soft this morning suggests it was largely in the price,” said Mitsubishi analyst Jonathan Butler. Spot gold was flat at $1,331.80 an ounce first weekly decline in six weeks, having hit four-month highs last Monday. U.S. gold futures for February delivery were down 0.11 percent at $1,331.80.

 

 

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