We saw the U.S markets rise on Tuesday after news broke that the U.S and China’s top negotiators have reengaged talks for the first time since the G20 Summit. President Trump stated on Tuesday that he would intervene in the case against Chinese telecommunications executive Meng Wanzhou if it would help secure a trade deal with Beijing.
The market rally was short lived as by the U.S open we saw the bears retake control which drove the market lower once more as the Border Wall issue steps back into the spotlight.
Let's take a look at the technical charts...
- Global uncertainty seems to be at the forefront of market turmoil on Wednesday as news broke earlier today that the U.K Prime Minister Theresa May is set for a vote of no confidence later today.
Taking a closer look at the Daily chart of Wall Street 30, we can see that the price action is still trading within this descending channel. We might see the price action move higher back to the 24966 level as a first target.
Source – MetaTrader5
If we zoom into the 4-hour chartwe can see the price action is rising but might encounter some resistance at the 38.2 Fib retracement level which coincides with the 24731 level. If we see positive fundamental factors materialize then we can see the price action move significantly higher.
Source – MetaTrader5
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