Levels to Watch in the Nasdaq-100 During the Holiday-Shortened Week

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Nasdaq published this video item, entitled “Levels to Watch in the Nasdaq-100 During the Holiday-Shortened Week” – below is their description.

Nasdaq Market Intelligence Desk Managing Director Chris Dearborn joins Jill Malandrino on #TradeTalks for an update on levels to watch in the Nasdaq-100 during the holiday-shortened week. #DailyNDX $NDX $QQQ

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