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Futures Trend Remains Bearish

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S&P E-Minis trend conditions remain bearish following last week’s extension lower and break of the July support. The move lower strengthens bearish conditions and attention is on key support at 3657.00. EUROSTOXX 50 futures remain soft following the reversal on Sep 13, from 3678.00, the Jun 13 high and last week’s follow through.


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S&P E-Minis trend conditions remain bearish following last week’s extension lower and break of the July support. The move lower strengthens bearish conditions and attention is on key support at 3657.00. EUROSTOXX 50 futures remain soft following the reversal on Sep 13, from 3678.00, the Jun 13 high and last week’s follow through.


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