Market preview: U.S. stock futures and EU shares seem to have barely shrugged following the shock downward revision of Q1 GDP and remain solidly higher, with the S&P Mini +0.5%. Gold and silver get a bit of a leg-up, although they're still -2.6% and -3.4% respectively. "U.S. econ data is now totally incomprehensible. Like Bob Dylan," tweets ReformedBroker Josh Brown. "Existing and new home sales scorching hot! GDP terrible! Weekly claims and durable goods great! Manufacturing sucks! Go invest!"