Still, we want to have a look at the technical side after the recent interesting price action over the last week: after the failed attempt to break above 13,300 points last Tuesday, but also below 13,100 points, we expect the DAX30 CFD to stay range-bound in the days to come.
With the latest rise in tensions in the trade dispute between the US and China again (e.g. that the mood in Beijing about a trade deal is rather pessimistic and the strategy from the Chinese now switching to “talk only” and wait due to the recent impeachment developments and uncertainty around the upcoming US election), our neutral picture with an expected choppy price action although has a slight touch.
But even if we get to see a test of the psychological relevant region around 13,000 points, we consider the recent and very dovish stances from the ECB and FED and technically solid support region around 12,980/13,000 points as difficult and sustainably to break in the days to come.
On the upside a break above Friday’s highs around 13,250 points makes a test of the region around 13,300 points and above of the pre-weekly highs around 13,370 an option.
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