Upwards movement today fits the main Elliott wave count.
A sideways inside day to end the trading week leaves both Elliott wave counts essentially the same.
Classic technical analysis favours the main Elliott wave count.
Downwards movement remains above the invalidation point on the daily chart. The short-term hourly chart is today relabelled after the pullback of this session.
For the very short term, a small pullback was expected to begin the new trading week, which is what has happened. The Elliott wave count and targets remain the same.
Further upwards movement continues as expected from the Elliott wave count.
A little sideways movement to complete a small range Doji candlestick fits the Elliott wave count. Price remains within the channel and below the invalidation point.
The most likely scenario expected yesterday was for downwards movement to continue, which is what has happened. The first target is met and the structure is incomplete. The second target will now be used.
A correction was expected for this week. Price remains within the channel on the daily chart as expected.
For the very short term, a little downwards movement to 2,894 and at least below 2,900.50 was expected to begin the week. The low for Monday at 2,898.21 fits the expectation reasonably well. Price remains range bound.