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[BRIEFING.COM] The third time wasn't a charm. Once again, the S&P 500 made a run at clearing the 1811 level with conviction, but for the third time today that run was stopped out just above the 1811 level.
There hasn't been any cascading selling interest after the third failure, but intraday charts certainly show a detectable pullback from the best levels of the day.
Sector-wise there aren't any concerted leaders; rather, there is a grouping of sectors sporting modest ... More
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