Dow Jones in the Red

Dow Jones in the Red

Dow Jones in the Red

Dow Jones closed lower by 173 points or 0.56%.

From the technical perspective, the momentum indicator suggests a downtrend since the MACD is negative and the histogram values are decreasing therefore, results in downside momentum which is increasing.

Simple moving averages of 20, 50, 100 and 200 are above the price signaling that the momentum is to the downside.

First support level is at 31374.98 followed by 30720.84 and 29662.03. Upside pressure could push the index towards the first resistance point 33492.61 followed by 34146.75 and 35205.57.


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