The stock market bounced back Monday after a long losing streak, in part on improved odds Hillary Clinton will be elected president.

Here are the updated technical maps for the five major averages, plus the key levels at which to track them this day before the U.S. election.

The weekly charts for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDU) , the S&P 500 , the Nasdaq Composite (NDAQ) and Russell 2000 ended last week with negative weekly charts. Dow Transports have been bucking the downward trend ending last week with a neutral weekly chart.

Here's the scorecard.

Here's the weekly chart for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

 

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The Dow 30 closed Monday at 18,259.60, up 4.8% year to date and 18.2% above its Jan. 20 low of 15,450.56. This average is 2.2% below the all-time intraday high of 18,668.44 set on Aug. 15.

The weekly chart for the Dow 30 will remain negative if the average ends the week below its key weekly moving average of 18,171.14, but will shift to neutral with a close above this moving average. On a negative outcome, the risk is to the 200-week simple moving average of 16,770.66. The weekly momentum reading is projected to end the week at 30.25 down from 32.16 on Nov. 4.

The upside is to 18,326, which is a key level on technical charts until the end of 2016.

Here's the weekly chart for S&P 500.

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The S&P 500 closed Monday at 2,131.52, up 4.3% year to date and 17.8% above its Feb. 11 low of 1,810.10. This average is 2.8% below the all-time intraday high of 2,193.81 set on Aug. 15.

The weekly chart for the S&P 500 will remain negative if the average ends the week below its weekly moving average of 2,132.75, but will shift to neutral on a close above this moving average. The average is above its 200-week simple moving average of 1,927.81. The weekly momentum reading is projected to end the week at 29.76 down from 34.71 on Nov. 4. 28.

The upside is to 2,172.1 by the end of the year.

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