The main driver for the action, and the ensuing break above 13,180/200 points resulting in new yearly highs, was certainly the "deal" between the US and China where both sides are said to have agreed on a reduction on existing tariffs, and a delay in those planned to go into effect on December 15.
In addition to this, there was the landslide victory of UK prime minister Johnson's Tories in the General election which made a near-term Brexit deal likely and diminished uncertainties among market participants, as well as the Fed's announcement that it will flood markets with $500 Billion in liquidity to avoid a year-end repo crisis (and will thus extend the Fed to new record highs by mid-January).
That said, we project a DAX30 CFD for the yearly close, with a high likelihood of new all-time highs and thus a push to and above 13,600 points in the coming days.
A short-term correction finds a potential Long trigger in the region around 13,280/300 points and a littler deeper around 13,180/200 points, with the mode staying on an Hourly time-frame above 13,080/100 points.
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