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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Nick McDonald   
July 18, 2011

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the upcoming week commencing July 18, 2011. Nick McDonald gives a quick overview of last week's action in the major indexes for the US equity markets and gives a technical outlook for the coming week, with a focus on the mini Russell futures contract.

Run time: 5:33 minutes

For more from Nick including a big picture view of the US Dollar Index by looking at both the DX contract itself as well as US dollar major trading partners of GBP, EUR, JPY & CHF spot currencies, please visit ICE Market Commentary.

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