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The following Year-To-Date percentage gained/lost graphs of World Markets are presented without individual comment. A general observation is that money has begun to flow into non-U.S. markets. I'd also add that fund managers will likely be looking to top up their accounts for January's month-end...as such, we may not see new trends emerge until February.
The following 1-Year Daily chart grids of World Markets correspond (in order) to the above graphs...you can see trends, support and resistance levels (price and 20 & 50 MAs)...presented without comment...except, you may wish to note those which have moved the furthest above or below their 50 MA and which may be most vulnerable to a reversal to, at least, the 20 MA (roughly the "mean") before, either, resuming their latest trend, or, continuing their reversal.
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