This morning we flipped positive on the indexes as well as on Natural Gas Futures (/NG) at $1.73 and Oil Futures (/CL) at $36. You can find those levels by checking out our morning Tweet, but we don't do those very often - nor do we always make free picks - it's just Christmas and we can afford to be generous.
We have, essentially, a 3-day week this week and don't expect people to stick around on Wednesday either and Friday being a half-day is a joke as it's dead as a doornail on Thanksgiving Fridays. Overall trading with be thin, which means all market action should be taken with a grain of salt and, unfortunately, we get revised GDP tomorrow morning -- which is very important.
In recent years, Turkey and Qatar have found much common ground on a host of foreign policy issues. Both Ankara and Doha have sponsored a variety of Sunni Islamist groups, seen as conduits for their geopolitical influence in the fluid Middle East. However, both countries have experienced setbacks from their engagement in some of the region's conflicts, most notably in Syria.