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Are financials rolling over? The financial sector ETF XLF, and regional bank ETF KRE are moving back down to their 12 month lows. The cause is likely lower interest rate hike expectations and government yields. Caution ahead for September's weak season.
After ranging since Dec 2016, DB has broken its rough rectangle
and broken to the downside.
Barclays has been in this range since December. I see prices moving lower before tracking higher to the psychological 250.00 level
Multi-month recovery from USD34.52 February lows gaining traction as prices accelerate higher to pressure critical resistance at the USD60.95 range high of July 2015.
In much the same vein as AIG, Citigroup is slowly recovering ground lost during the 2007-2008 mortgage crisis. investor sentiment and momentum studies are slowly improving, suggesting further gains ...
AIG was hit particularly heavily in the 2007-2008 mortgage crisis, and whilst other names, such as JPM have managed to recover, American International Group has been a stark underperfromer.
There are early signs of improvement, however, as prices begin to push above the critical USD64.93 year high of July 2015, with rising studies suggesting further gains in the ...
The underlying bullish trend remains intact, as prices post new highs. Momentum studies are already overstretched, however, but downside risks are likely to remain limited as monthly studies remain strong and investors maintain a buy-into-dips strategy.
JP Morgan is also outperforming the SP500, and as a proxy for the broader based US Financials Sector, asset ...