APR 20, 2015 (MON): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go up (55-60%). The market will probably go down during Asian and European sessions (at least in the morning), but is more likely to go up during the NYC trading session. A very busy news day with focus on banks, entertainment industry, prominent leaders, farming, as well as communication/transportation industry, and retail sales. The news will probably be exciting and/or will feature some outcomes that are much greater/smaller than expected (e.g., profits were much greater, or, some business venture’s success was overestimated by a lot).
Apr 20-22: We will likely hear about governmental regulation of banks/financial institutions and/or about decisions made by large corporations that will have a long-term positive effect on the banking industry. This may involve banks/financial institutions having to act conservatively to comply with external regulations or institutions voluntarily self-imposing tighter controls to improve stability. A conservative/cautious approach to investments and fiscal policy will likely dominate over calls for risky moves/expansion during these couple of days with focus on maintaining the status quo and slowing down.
APR 21, 2015 (TUE): Weak-medium influence; market will probably go up (60-65%). The up influence is the strongest in the late afternoon. The morning may start on a sour note (possibly due to news about water shortages affecting farming and/or other concerns about water, oil, healthcare/pharmaceuticals), but the market will probably pick up the pace in the afternoon. In the afternoon — increased likelihood of positive news about communication/transportation industries (incl. cable companies, social media, car manufacturers, telecoms, etc.) as well as retail sales (esp. of various IT gadgets, phones, mobile devices, cars, etc.).
APR 22, 2015 (WED): Medium influence; market may possibly go up (60-65%). Increased news about banks, investments, savings, and financial institutions (esp. pre-open and in the early morning) —likely of positive nature, such as long-term restructuring, actions taken to improve stability / keep the profits safe / comply with governmental regulations (esp. related to taxes and debt). Also in the early morning — increased likelihood of positive news about communication/transportation industries (incl. cable companies, social media, car manufacturers, telecoms, etc.) as well as retail sales (esp. of various IT gadgets, phones, mobile devices, cars, etc.).
APR 23, 2015 (TH): Medium influence; market may possibly go up (55-60%). The up influence is stronger in the morning and will mostly likely be due to some positive news from the US (e.g., about the economy doing better than expected). In the afternoon, the direction may change to down on some concerns about water (e.g., shortage of water for crops, pollution, flooding, etc.), oil, and/or pharmaceuticals — the nature of the news is likely that there is too much of something (e.g., of water, oil, pollution, etc.) or it comes too easily [because there is an over-abundance of it].
USA: Increased likelihood of mildly positive news starting from the early morning — possible areas include increased profits in travel industry, improvements in workforce and healthcare, international expansion, and improved relationships with international partners.
APR 24, 2015 (FR): Medium influence; market may possibly go down (55-60%). Increased probability of some surprising news about banks/financial institutions pre-open or right at the open — the news may be somewhat stressful and result in a quick drop. This may be related to some governmental or corporate restructuring [of taxes, debt, loans, etc.]. Additionally, there may be some slightly disappointing news about communication and/or transportation industry, such as some opportunities or deals falling through or not materializing [yet] due to governmental regulations, unfavorable moves by large corporations, or some restructuring on a corporate level.
USA: During pre-open hours, there may be news about US banks — the news will likely be positive (e.g., increased profits, improved stability, etc.). Through out the day, there is also an increased probability of positive news about increased profits in travel industry, international expansion, and improved relationships with international partners.