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Originally posted by gaslaugh123
I appreciate every ones comments, especially after taking three ativan and a good stiff drink. Hell, I'm starting to have fond thoughts about my mother in law. In summation to all that is happening in this financially destroyed world we live on is to say that greed and lust for power has know boundaries. These are especailly evil times and it would seem that what is/was right and good (I vaguely remember) has been lost for reasons I still can not understand. What really matters in life has been traded in for something very nasty and ugly. Well the ativan is wearing off so my mother in law can continue with her constipated life.
S&P 500 futures rose 3.80 points at 896.30 and Nasdaq 100 futures gained 6.50 points at 1,410.50. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures rose 41 points. U.S. markets closed sharply lower on Wednesday after a drop in prices of U.S. Treasury securities fueled further economic worries, pushing down shares in industrial companies and banks. Economic data due for release Thursday includes April durable-goods orders and the latest jobless claims figures, both scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Eastern time. The latest figures on new home sales will be released after the market opens.
Originally posted by RolandBrichter
reply to post by ugie1028
Well, there is another Treasuries auction today for the 7 year...if that bombs...look out...
Again, look at the action on the bond market...that tells the real future of the equities market....