Dow Jones and NASDAQ futures traded at new historical highs on Friday before a profit taking setback took place later in the day.
Much of the pressure on NASDAQ futures can be linked to two large investment banks making negative comments about the U.S. large capitalization technology sector.
Once the Federal Open Market Committee meeting is out of the way, expect a new leg up, including record highs.
The main trend for stock index futures is higher.
Even though the Federal Open Market Committee is widely expected to hike its fed funds rate on Wednesday, the U.S. dollar is lower today on ideas that the accompanying statement from the Fed will provide a dovish policy outlook.
Longer term, we expect the U.S. dollar will continue to underperform.
The British pound is lower due to the ongoing political uncertainties, including the clouded outlook for Brexit.
The pound is lower in spite of a report that showed U.K. house prices advanced to a record in May.
The Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank will hold policy meetings on Thursday.
The Japanese yen is higher in spite of news that Japanese core machinery orders fell in April for the first time in three months.
The core machinery orders report, which is a leading indicator of business investment, declined 3.1% from the previous month, following a 1.4% advance in March.
The Bank of Japan will hold its monetary policy meeting on Friday.
The commodity currencies, the Canadian dollar and the Australian dollar are higher in conjunction with firming crude oil prices.
Flight to quality longs continue to be liquidated.
The Treasury will auction 10 year notes today.
The probability that the Federal Open Market Committee will increase interest rates at its June 14 meeting is 96%, which compares to 99% on Friday.
June 17 S&P 500
Support 241900 Resistance 2437.00
June 17 U.S. Dollar Index
Support 97.010 Resistance 97.300
June 17 Euro Currency
Support 1.11980 Resistance 1.12410
June 17 Japanese Yen
Support .90390 Resistance .91210
June 17 Canadian Dollar
Support .74210 Resistance .74560
June 17 Australian Dollar
Support .7511 Resistance .7559
September 17 Thirty Year Treasury Bonds
Support 153^16 Resistance 154^16
August 17 Gold
Support 1261.0 Resistance 1276.0
July 17 Copper
Support 2.6150 Resistance 2.6500
July 17 Crude Oil
Support 45.45 Resistance 47.10
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