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DOW/USD32,963.83bullish
SPX/USD4,239.57bullish
NDX/USD14,676.50bullish
AAPL/USD172.40bearish
GOOGL/USD132.43bearish
TSLA/USD246.53bearish
NVDA/USD435.17bearish
AMD/USD100.08bearish
COIN/USD72.48bearish
NFLX/USD376.75bearish
BTC/USD27,523.21neutral
ETH/USD1,639.04neutral
XRP/USD0.54neutral
DOGE/USD0.06neutral
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