In Asia 6 out of 11 markets closed higher: Shanghai Comp -0.51%, Hang Seng -0.01%, Nikkei +0.19%
In Europe 9 out of 13 markets closed lower: CAC -0.14%, DAX -0.23%, FTSE +0.47%
Fair Value: S&P +3.00, NASDAQ +17.08, Dow -6.53
Total Volume: 703k ESM & 46 SPM traded in the pit
Today’s Economic Calendar:
Today’s economic calendar includes the 8-Week Bill Settlement, Redbook 8:55 AM ET, FHFA House Price Index 9:00 AM ET, New Home Sales 10:00 AM ET, and the Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index 10:00 AM ET.
S&P 500 Futures: Thin-To-Win Takes Over
Chart courtesy of Stewart Solaka @Chicagostock – $ES_F 2nd daily close > 3D pivot, bulls fighting to recover last week’s broken trend. Any more bullets left to defend Tuesday’s range? Failure to do so, opens door to last week’s low, trapping new supply that’s been fighting last 2 days. Bull must close > pivot to retain control.
During Sunday nights Globex session, the S&P 500 futures (ESM19:CME) printed a high of 2915.75, a low of 2899.00, and opened Monday’s regular trading hours at 2900.00.
The first move after the 8:30 CT bell was a test of the Globex low at 2899.00, followed by a rally up 2909.00, completing a MrTopStep 10 Handle Rule in the first half hour of trading. After a pullback down to 2903.75, the ES continued its move higher, and by 10:45 had traded up to 2910.75.
Once the morning high was in, the futures drifted sideways, in a 3 handle range, well into the afternoon. Going into the close, when the MiM revealed just over $100M to sell MOC, the ES was trading at 2910.50. From there, it started to rally a little, then went on to trade 2911.50 on the 3:00 cash close, and 2912.75 on the 3:15 futures close, up +2.50 handles, or +0.08%.
In the end, the overall tone of the ES was firm. In terms of the days overall trade, total volume was lite due to the holiday in Europe, with just over 700k futures contracts traded.
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