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Good afternoon Elliott wave fans. I’m Derek Bruce with Market Minute for Monday, May 20th.

Bitcoin continued to be a big mover this weekend, up more than 10% from Friday’s close. U.S. stocks opened down, attempted to rally through the morning, but closed lower on the day. All indexes, with the exception of the Dow Jones Utility Average, closed in the red.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 84 points at 25,679.

The S&P 500 closed at 2,840, down 19 points.

The NASDAQ Composite closed at 7,702, down 113 points.

952 stocks closed up while 1,880 closed down. TRIN was .85.

E-mini S&P futures hit a high of 2,855.75, a low of 2,832.50 and closed at 2,844. E-mini Nasdaq futures hit a high of 7,437.75, a low of 7,361.50 and closed at 7,391.75.

T-bond futures were down 12 tics in late trading at 149-10.

The US Dollar index was down .07 late in the session at 97.95.

Gold and silver were both up in late trading. Gold was up $1.80 at $1,277.60 while silver was up 5 cents at $14.44.

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