The S&P stalled again at 2,800 as negative headlines weakened sentiment. This level remains strong and it may take a new catalyst to propel the S&P back to 2,815 and the real resistance. The China talks appear to be dragging and buyers are starting to lose interest once again. On the positive side, the tech sector is rebounding in the face of Elizabeth Warren's call to break up the largest companies. However, given the strength of the rebound already this week the bullishness may fade.
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