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Published 4/1/16 7:57 am central:
We had the release of the jobs data and the markets are still digesting. Reference the Economic calendar below to see the results. As well as access the economic calendar on the dt pro to see the updates on the remaining reports. The market didn’t really spike around too much and we are slightly lower at the moment and have just pushed through the sell zone that we have been trading around the last couple hours. Crude oil is showing weakness with Saudi comments overnight saying they do not plan on cutting production unless Iran and other countries agree to do the same. we are also starting to trend down about 40 cents off the jobs report, but this is most likely on the strength of the US dollar as it is up around 30 cents after the release of the jobs data. I think we need to see where the volume comes in on the open if we start pressing lower. If you look at the market action scanner you will see the Daily POC that I think we will push towards. That could be used as a support level potentially. The weekly POC at 2046 is lining up with multiple time frames and could be the center prices we trade around. So if we move sharply lower could be a buy opportunity with that as the target and vice versa. If we reject these lows heading into the open we could see the buy zone show some strength and move us back toward the 2055 high volume area. Still very early and we watch as we hit the 8:30 am open.
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