After the drop below 13,000 points in the first half of last week, the German index recovered slightly into the weekly close. However, the bears have the advantage on their side as long as we trade below 13,180/200 points.
Below that level, another attempt to sustainably break below 13,000 points stays on the table, while a drop below the pre-weekly lows around 12,930 points activates the region around 12,800/830 points.
On the other hand: if bulls can recapture 13,180/200 (a move that may be induced by new trade dispute optimism), a move up to and above 13,300 points is an option, erasing most of the losses from last Monday.
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