Here i attached the summary for the world economy for Thursday, 22 April 2010:

• Wall St closed 0.07% higher, continually driven by a string of above
estimate corporate earnings. This boosts the dollar. Dollar up.
Commodities up.
• All in all, Dow of 11,124 is overbought, with strong resistance at the
61.8% retracement of 11,247, indicating a correction. A dip below
10,960, will correct to the 10,844 low of 8/4/2010. The next
low of 11/3/2010 at 10,507, is about 50% retracement. RSI is
at 67.
• Dollar Index is higher at 81.2. Upside is at 83.5.
• Dollar yen is steady at 93.26 yen.
• Euro/dollar is lower at 1.34. Support is at 1.34, and 1.315.
• Crude oil is unchanged at USD83.
• Gold is higher at USD1,148. Pullback support is at 1128.
• Shanghai closed higher at 3033
• Singapore STI closed lower 2977.
• Ringgit is firmer at 3.196. Support is at 3.26.
• S’pore ringgit is steady at 2.33.
• Malaysian market closed lower at 1333. Technicals are in a
negative situation, indicating rising risk of a sell off. MACD is
negative. And the market is back below the Moving Average of 1335.
Stochastic is recovering, but the RSI of 57 remains in a sell
divergence. Today’s range is between 1330 and 1336.
• CPO May futures is lower at RM2514. Support is at 2425.

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