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Daily Stock Market Analysis 4th Week April 2017

We just have an election in France and the market seems to like the results. Although just the first round in the Presidential election, the market seems to like the fact that Emmanuel Macron is likely to be the next French President. A pro EU leader will not bring France out of EU and thus bring some stability to the European Union after the UK Brexit vote. Let's take a look at what the charts are telling us.

April 28 2017

April 27 2017

April 26 2017

Chart courtesy of Finviz.com

April 25 2017

Chart courtesy of Yahoo Finance
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April 24 2017

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Charts with the investing.com logo are courtesy of Investing.com powered by Trading View

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