Get ready for some early action this morning as the consumer price index for October is published at 8:30 a.m. ET. The figure is expected to come in flaming once again, rising 5.8% Y/Y, though some economists even see a 5.9% advance or above, which would be the biggest Y/Y increase since December 1990. While the Fed has maintained that the pickup in inflation will be transitory (how long is that?), the stance has recently shifted with the central now seeing prices staying elevated into next year
8:30 Initial Jobless Claims
10:00 Wholesale Inventories (Preliminary)
10:00 Atlanta Fed’s Business Inflation Expectations
12:00 PM EIA Natural Gas Inventory
1:00 PM Results of $25B, 30-Year Note Auction
2:00 PM Treasury Statement
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Note: API reported U.S. crude stockpiles unexpectedly fell last week by 2.5 million barrels compared with a build of 3.6 million barrels for the previous week. This decrease is exacerbating expectations that supply will remain tight as demand continued to improve.
***Written 8 pm Tuesday evening for Wednesday’s trading for contribution to MrTopStep’s “The Opening Print” publication.
Tuesday’s Session was Cycle Day 3 (CD3): 3-Day Cycle Objective (4702) having been fulfilled and price failing to push above 4700 during Opening Range, setting up this session’s decline. Range was 37 handles on 1.255M contracts exchanged.
…Transition from Cycle Day 3 to Cycle Day 1
This leads us into Cycle Day 1 (CD1): Average Decline projection for CD1 measures 4655.50. Part of this decline is in-place during the previous session, so potential for further weakness spilling over into this session if prior low (4663) is violated and converted into lower resistance. As such, estimated scenarios to consider for today’s trading.
1.) Price sustains a bid above 4665, initially targets 4675 – 4685 zone.
2.) Price sustains an offer below 4665, initially targets 4655 – 4650 zone.
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PVA High Edge = 4680 PVA Low Edge = 4667 Prior POC = 4673
Range Projections and Key Levels (ES) December 2021 (Z) Contract
Nasdaq 100 (NQ)
Today is Cycle Day 1 (CD1)…Price is trading below prior low (16160) as selling pressure is spilling over into today ‘s session. Average Decline for CD1 (16203) has been surpassed. Prior range was 232 handles on 554k contracts exchanged. As such, there are two estimated scenarios to consider for today’s trading.
PVA High Edge = 16270 PVA Low Edge = 16190 Prior POC = 16210
Bull Scenario: IF Bulls sustain a bid above 16160, THEN initial upside estimate targets 16190 – 16210 zone.
Bear Scenario: IF Bears sustain an offer below 16160, THEN initial downside estimate targets 16117 – 16069 zone.
Range Projections and Key Levels (NQ) December 2021 (Z) Contract
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