12 July 2023 – 09:14 Central Euro Time

The Bond and Swiss Franc are at present above their respective neutral Zones for today. None of the other BEGOS Markets are below same, and volatility is basically light. Our page for the S&P’s MoneyFlow shows as just perceptively weakening a tad even as the Index has risen both days so far this week; and in real-time, the Spoo’s “Baby Blues” (see Market Trends) continue to descend; by its Market Profile we see Spoo trading resistance at 4485 with support initially at 4445. As for the Bond which may well be affected by today’s CPI reading for June, there is Market Profile support at 124^00; however, should inflation have increased over May’s pace, the “low if a down day” for the Bond appears as 123^09. Late in the session comes the Fed’s Tan Tome.