market sentiment

Hong Kong's record-breaking property market is at levels that are virtually triple the lows seen during the Lehman bust. Mainland property companies still think they're a bargain.
The European Central Bank probably will not announce any fresh measures until the French presidential election is out of the way.
Aggressive traders could buy a dip to $100 or a close above $104.
Dr. Bernanke resurfaces, with a dose of reality for Trump fans.
The issue that has plagued the market since March 1 has not been resolved, and that issue is lack of sustained momentum.
Monday's action got real dull real fast, but don't turn bearish.
They have been big gainers already, but they have so much going for them.
It was a great day for holding positions but not a very good one for active trading.
At best, conditions will improve for the industry at a snail's pace.
All the action occurred overnight after positive response to French election.

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