Daily Game Plan from Cabrera Capital

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Friday, November 22, 2019

TODAY’S GAME PLAN:  

DATA/HEADLINES:  9:45ET Mfg PMI Flash; 10:00ET Consumer Sentiment

UK PMI’s showed the economy’s performance was the worst since July 2016 with manufacturing and services PMI both coming in below 50.  Germany reported better-than-expected manufacturing numbers, but purchasing managers data for the euro area pointed to continued stagnation. The euro-area composite PMI fell to 50.3 in November, missing all economist estimates. 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:   

 U.S. stock futures advanced alongside European shares as trade talks remain the focus. Chinese President Xi Jinping said his nation wants to work toward a phase one trade agreement with the U.S. on the “basis of mutual respect and equality.“   

EQUITIES:   pre market movers at bottom of this page

E-Mini S&P 500 is up 0.15%, NQZ +0.22%, RTY +0.30% and Dow futures +0.05%. SPX has 3108 area as hourly pivot and initial key to start today.

Russell 2000 futures remain short term positive above the broken trend line.


David Wienke

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