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Stocks Rally then Falter; Investors Still Reluctant to Chase Higher.

Discussion in 'Forex Daily News & Outlook' started by futuretrends24, Oct 26, 2010.

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    Today’s sample of Futures Analysis from FuturesHound.com

    The weaker Dollar led to an early surge in equity markets, but the rally fizzled as U.S. investors still remained reluctant to chase this market higher. The current rally looks labored and vulnerable to a break, but investors have been supportive on the dips.

    Look for this pattern to continue as long as the Fed’s quantitative easing plan is still on the table. Traders may begin to pare positions ahead of the November 2 and 3 Federal Open Market Committee meeting, but no one is certain when that type of positioning is going to take place. This means we could be looking at a few days of sideways action.

    The U.S. Dollar lost ground overnight in reaction to the news that the G-20 couldn’t offer any support to the ailing Greenback. After an initial thrust to the downside, profit-taking was able to drive the Dollar off its lows.

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