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MSCI All-country World index set for Best Quarterly gains since 2013

2 full trading days left in the month and Quarter, Equities rally back have helped S&P to turn positive for September, by 0.02%, while NASDAQ up a full 2%, while SPX set to record nearly a 3.5% Quarterly gain with NASDAQ up nearly 10%.   MSCI WORLD index set for its best quarterly gains in more than 3 years.  SO much for BREXIT concerns :)   Crude this am largely unchanged after yesterday's Cut proposal, but gains yesterday really helped to jumpstart momentum and Energy is leading globally today -  Dollar index churning in a manner that looks to lead to an upcoming breakout, and in particular USDJPY should be watched carefully after reaching apex of very tight triangle range.. and OVER 102.40 likely coincides with Equity breakout back to new highs, as some evidence of Treasuries turning lower occurs.  This should help Financials perform relatively better, and the combination of ongoing Technology strength with a resurgence in Energy and Financials while Industrials start to turn higher with Transports acting better should serve as a sizable Tailwind for stocks into October, For today,  stocks have stalled a bit near former highs in S&P futures and 2169-71 will be very important for today and into next week, as getting over should lift S&P up to 2196-2200 and higher-  Support found at 2149-51 for today-  Advancing issues AEGR, CATB, GNCA, SHIP, ARWR, PIR, REXX while on downside-  ITCI, ADHD, ATNM, SONS, MRNS, FIT, CHK and SBH-  Look to stay long and buy dips on early S&P weakness-  Let me know if you have questions

MXWO the MSCI all world index, set to record its best quarterly gains in 3 years

MXWO the MSCI all world index, set to record its best quarterly gains in 3 years