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Bullish vibe dominating the Straits Times Index

Bearish sentiment was reversed last week in the Straits Times Index. Fear of US-China trade war seems to have diminished over the week as the market digested the impact and possibilities. STI started the week testing the resistance level at 3450 level. There was still some bearish pressure during the day but the bulls were able to dominate the market during the day.

Straits Times Index to continue its consolidation mode.

It was a volatile week for Straits Times Index as growing concerns on possible trade war to happen between US and China. Many have seen that trade war can affect the economic situation of the whole world and hence, reacted bearishly upon retaliation by the China officials. The strongest reaction happened on Wednesday where STI was seen breaking its key support level at 3350 level.

Straits Times Index still consolidating

It was a short week for the Straits Times Index as the Christian celebrated the Good Friday. Bearish sentiment was also cut short as the market continued to face uncertainty over the trade war issues. Volatility was seen during the week as market participants were flicking to and fro from bullish to bearish sentiment. The opening for the week is weak but it was being reversed the next day.

Straits Times Index to consolidate this week

The Straits Times Index had a bullish week last week but it failed to reach the recent high it had achieved last month. The start of the month was strong as STI managed to gapped up on Monday which brought strong bullish momentum to break its resistance at 3530 level. STI managed to sustain its resistance level till Wednesday.