Banks Lead Follow Through Rally As They Bounce Off Key Support

Sep 13 13:09 2017 Print This Article

Market Recap for Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Financials (XLF, +1.18%) were the primary beneficiary on Tuesday as treasury yields rose.  That typically leads to strength in this sector, with particular strength usually seen in banks ($DJUSBK) and life insurance ($DJUSIL).  Yesterday was no exception and the DJUSBK is featured below in the Sector/Industry Watch section.

Continue reading "Banks Lead Follow Through Rally As They Bounce Off Key Support" »

Read More

About Article Author

Stockcharts.com

StockCharts.com was founded in 1999 by Chip Anderson, a 10-year veteran of Microsoft. StockCharts.com is a website that provides online investors with high-quality financial charts for making better investing decisions. StockCharts.com is focused on Technical Analysis - the study of price history via charts. They provide award-winning analysis tools, market commentary from respected analysts like John Murphy and Martin Pring, and a huge collection of educational resources that can help anyone become a better, more informed investor.

Related Items

Tech Talk for Tuesday September 26th 2017

  Observations Russell 2000 Index reaches an all-time high. Energy stocks on both sides of the border, led by oil service stocks were the strongest sector. A move by WTI Crude Oil above $52.00 per barrel also helped the sector. S&P Technology Index led the U.S. equity market on the downside, br ...

September Lat Am crude imports fall on lower Venezuelan shipments: In the LOOP

The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port has seen a month-on-month drop in heavy Latin American crude imports, impacted by high regional prices and falling Venezuelan crude production. Month on month, LOOP has imported about 355,740 fewer barrels so far in September than it did in August, according to data ...

Wellhead Uncapping Spurs Oil Higher

Brent and WTI explode higher as global tensions uncap Brent’s long-term resistance. The wellhead was uncapped, and oil gushed higher overnight with Brent rising nearly four percent and WTI three percent. Sabre rattling rhetoric from Iran and North Korea sent jitters through the market, but it is ...

September 25, 2017

HIMIPref™ Preferred IndicesThese values reflect the December 2008 revision of the HIMIPref™ IndicesValues are provisional and are finalized monthly Index MeanCurrentYield(at bid) MedianYTW MedianAverageTradingValue MedianMod Dur(YTW) Issues Day’s Perf. Index Value Ratchet 0.00 % 0.00 % ...

USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Lower Despite Surge in Oil Prices

The Canadian dollar depreciated on Monday hit by rising risk aversion as geopolitical events around the world dominated headlines. The German elections over the weekend showed that not even the largest member of the European Union is immune to the rise of eurozone opposition within its borders. The ...

Is Bitcoin a Commodity? - Keith Weiner

September 25, 2017 Carl Menger, father of the Austrian School of Economics, showed the world that money is not the product of the state. He did not mean that government is intrinsically incapable of decreeing something to be money while other groups, organized for different purposes, could do it. H ...

Gold Starts Off Week With Strong Gains

Gold has started the trading week with gains, pushing above the $1300 level. In North American trade, the spot price for an ounce of gold is $1308.47, up 0.92%. There are no US economic releases on the schedule, but FOMC member William Dudley spoke earlier, and we’ll also hear from Charles Evans ...

Precious Metals IRAs – They’re Easier Than You Think!

Many invest in precious metals to diversify their portfolios and hedge against global turbulence. Volatile markets and an ever-evolving political climate have produced a new awareness of alternative investment options and the peace of mind provided by physical asset ownership. Individual retirement ...

The Latest Paper Gold Scheme That Is Destined to Fail - Rory Hall

September 25, 2017 It appears that Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek has taken a page from the Bank of India’s playbook to steal the gold from it’s citizens. The Turkish Treasury has issued two bonds in an attempt to dislodge 2,200 tons of gold from the hands of the Turkish pe ...