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US Stock Market Analysis Jan 22 To Jan 26 2018

With the US government shutdown issue, the market is still holding steady. We can still consider the market to be resting before it breaks higher. In the event of a correction, there is ample support below to keep Dow Jones from dropping.

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January 26 2018 (Friday)

January 25 2018 (Thursday)

January 24 2018 (Wednesday)

January 23 2018 (Tuesday)

January 22 2018 (Monday)

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