Why Rates are Leading
E-mini S&P (September) / NQ (Sept) S&P, yesterday’s close: Settled at 4315.50, up 64.25 NQ, yesterday’s close: Settled at 14,722.75, up 182 Fundamentals: Yesterday, U.S. benchmarks snapped back from a healthy three-day slide. Can the rebound continue? Massive buying at the opening bell yesterday set the tone for a tape that had held well in … Continue reading Why Rates are Leading
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