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expecting prices to fall

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Meanwhile, ALL continues to trek lower under pressure from its declining 10-day moving average, which recently crossed bearishly below the 20-day.
KUWAIT, Feb 28 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) began the past week trading bearishly with the price index dropping 10.
NYSE: BX) was targeted by put players on Thursday, as speculators on the International Securities Exchange (ISE) bought to open 1,555 of these bearishly oriented options.
Despite increase of the Kuwait-15 index in Wednesday's session, 10 points, likewise, the weighted, two points, the benchmark closed bearishly, amid stability of leading stocks and portfolios' trades in a large number of heavyweights, such as stocks of banks and services companies.
Recently these trendlines bearishly crossed, signaling the potential for further weakness in the shares.
In light of the news, the equity saw about 2,600 puts change hands, more than tripling its average single-session volume of fewer than 800 bearishly oriented options.
The KSE closed trading, on Thursday, bearishly, where the price index shed 21.
These long-term trendlines have bearishly crossed, and also happen to be converged at the 85 level.
On the International Securities Exchange (ISE) alone, traders bought to open 1,757 of these bearishly oriented options.
It opened the week trades bearishly, contrary to the previous week closing, where the indexes reflected improvement, though investors were largely reluctant.
However, JNJ's recent weakness has left its 10-week moving average poised to bearishly cross below its 20-week moving average.
00 indicate that bearishly oriented put options are more popular among speculative options traders, while readings below 1.
Al-Oula, in a report released on Saturday, indicated hefty stock sales and speculations, with the price index closing bearishly at 49.
In other words, options investors have never been more bearishly configured over the past year.