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Markets Start Lower As Europe Is Still A Ticking Time Bomb

This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES H2) are trading lower by 4.50 points to 1281.50 per contract. The small decline in the futures market comes as the credit rating agency Fitch told the European Central Bank they must do more to prevent a cataclysmic collapse. Before the opening bell, the Currency Shares Euro Trust (NYSEARCA:FXE) is trading lower by 0.46 cents to $126.46 a share. This is a new 52 week low for the FXE.   ...Continue reading here: