ASX200 Daily and 30min levels updated for the new trading week!!

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Prices based on the ASX200 CFD

The ASX200 has managed to add to the move up off the lows around 6502 and continues to correct the recent selloff although the Bias on the Daily timeframe remains down. Price action has been holding higher lows on the lower timeframe 30 min chart while poised to confirm a higher low on the Daily timeframe. It now looks set to press higher today and towards the 6932 area in the coming days although price action will need to get through 6735 then 6845 first.

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