Some European indexes (FEZ) turn lower as the heady rush to the blood from Mario Draghi's...
Some European indexes (FEZ) turn lower as the heady rush to the blood from Mario Draghi's comments yesterday wears off and some analysts provide critical analysis of his remarks, and as investors focus on the upcoming U.S. jobs data. "I think what we've seen once again is a commitment to nothing, and the markets have just taken the bait," says Alpari U.K.'s Craig Erlam. U.S. futures remain higher, though. EU Stoxx 50 -0.1%, London +0.3%, Paris -0.1%, Frankfurt flat, Milan -0.3%, Madrid -0.5%. Dow (DIA) +0.9%. S&P (SPY) +0.9%. Nasdaq (QQQ) +0.9%.
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