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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Nick McDonald   
February 16, 2015

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing February 15, 2015. In this week's video overview, Nick takes a look at the Russell 2000 on a variety of timeframes. Starting with the daily chart, we can see that this market has finally closed above previous highs seen in December. The Russell seems poised to continue higher, but we are in uncharted territory at this point so proceed with caution.

Run time: 8:00 minutes

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The Rooster Call: Positive Market Fundamentals and Europe
By Martin Rimes   
February 13, 2015

We have continued follow-through in equity index futures reflecting the Ukraine cease-fire peace deal.  We also have Merkel saying of Greece, "Europe always aims to find a compromise, and that is the success of Europe."  This statement suggests at the end of all the negotiation and positioning, some type of arrangement will be made with Greece over the tremendous debt load.

European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
February 13, 2015

FOREX: It's been a relatively dull Friday the 13th session in the Asia-Pacific morning today with hardly any major events to spook the market. RBA's Governor Glenn Stevens gave a closely watched testimony to parliament today but the market barely reacted.

Nasdaq Leading Markets Higher
By Anna Coulling   
February 12, 2015

Of the three e-emini contracts we follow, the YM, ES and NQ, it is the daily chart of the NQ which is the most significant for a number of reasons. First the NQ has been the most positive of this trio, and second today's price action is firmly perched on the very strong platform of support at 4284.50 as the index attempts to re-test the November 2014 high of 4343.

Tale of Two Tapes
By Austin Passamonte   
February 12, 2015

Crude Oil futures continue their wide-range oscillations, multiple time daily, session after session. Even with looming EU-Greece "news" and the usual weekly inventory chop-funk, easily four - five price oscillations offering +50 ticks or more from signals to end.

Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
February 12, 2015

Today's recap video takes a look at the major markets, but we will start out by focusing on the Crude Oil market. We have seen the Crude Oil market pulling back over the past week or so and this is nor unexpected when you take a look at supply and demand for Crude. This will always affect the price.

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