Wall Street rebounds on Huawei relief
Tech stocks rebounded yesterday after US President Trump dialed back the blacklisting of Huawei, granting limited relief for consumers and carriers that do business with them. Other US indices also tracked higher though the cloud of the trade talks slowed gains.
US30USD Daily Chart
The US30 index snapped a two-day losing streak on the Huawei pause
The index is sandwiched between 55-day moving average resistance at 26,013 and 100-day moving average support at 25,514
The minutes of the last FOMC meeting will be released late in the US session and will be scrutinised to learn the latest economic themes being considered by the Fed.
The Germany30 index also snapped a two-day losing streak after Euro-zone chip makers were given a temporary reprieve from the Huawei sanctions
The 55-day moving average at 11,906 continues to support prices, as it has done on a closing basis since February 8
There are no major data releases from either the Euro-zone or Germany scheduled for today. ECB’s Draghi is scheduled to speak at 0730GMT.
The China50 index looks set to advance for a second day as global markets breathe a (maybe temporary) sigh of relief
The index is trapped between 55-day moving average resistance at 13,150 and 100-day moving average support at 12,387. The 100-day average has supported prices since January 22
China’s ambassador to the US has reiterated that China remains ready to hold trade talks and is ready to address trade imbalances with the US by buying more US goods and services.