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Markets Start Higher, Europe Is Still The Wildcard

This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures are trading higher by 6.75 points to 1217.75 per contract. Later today, the European Union leaders and the IMF will meet in Brussels, Belgium to discuss an additional 200 billion in euro funding. This seems to be lifting the markets a little this morning. We shall soon see if these markets can hold up into the close. Europe is still facing many headwinds and the markets have a history of selling off after these European meetings. Traders must be prepared for anything as the volatility could remain high.    ....Continue reading here: