Explore Indices market trends in Dow Jones, Nikkei 225, and CAC 40, signaling potential bullish momentum and critical resistance levels.
The Dow Jones, Nikkei 225, and CAC 40 indices displayed varied movements ahead of the upcoming US inflation data. Here’s a breakdown of each market’s performance
The Dow Jones experienced upward momentum on Monday, surpassing trendline resistance established since the August highs.
This breakout potentially paves the way for a test of the September lower high around 35,000, with further upside potential towards the August highs at 35,660.
Despite a week-long consolidation of around 34,000, buyers are in control. A reversal below trendline resistance and the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) would be necessary to indicate the initiation of a new downward trend.
The Nikkei 225 consolidated around a six-week high, targeting shallow trendline resistance from the June highs.
Last week, the index found support around the 100-day SMA and resumed its upward trajectory by surpassing the early November high, resisting renewed selling pressure on Monday.
Following trendline resistance, the index aims for 33,500, representing the September high and potentially reaching 34,000.
The CAC 40 showcased ongoing recovery by moving back above the 50-day SMA.
Currently navigating through summer lows around 7100, the index’s next objective is the 7170 zone, which previously acted as resistance in late September and early October.
Failure to close above 7100, followed by a drop below 7000, could signal the establishment of a lower high.
These market movements indicate potential bullish trends, with key levels and resistance points identified for each index. Monitoring the indices’ ability to maintain current levels and observing critical support and resistance zones will be crucial for assessing future market direction.