AUS200 on a tear - how much longer can it last?
The Australian 200 stock index continues to move higher, despite weakness in the states. A fiscal boost from China could be helping to spur the high risk index higher. Weaker Aussie employment data could also lead to a less aggressive RBA.
(Source: Tradingview chart of AUS200 - Past performance is not indicative of future performance.)
From a technical perspective, price is nearing a key resistance level at the 61.8% Fibonacci level and the 200-day SMA. The RSI is in overbought territory and price is around 5% above its 50-day SMA, which called a top previously. 7.3k is the level to watch for an upside breakout, while a rejection and roll over would bring the 7k and 50% Fibonacci level into play.
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