Easing of Tensions in Euro Zone Fuels New Demand for Risky Assets
U.S. equity markets rallied sharply higher on Thursday as tensions eased in the Euro Zone prompting investors to turn up demand for higher risk assets. The strong surge in the June E-mini S&P 500 negated Wednesday’s hard sell-off, triggering a rally through the minor retracement zone at 1074.50 to 1082.25.
Stocks Set to Open Better as Goldman Tensions Ease
U.S. equity markets are called better as tensions have eased regarding Goldman Sachs’ legal problems. Stock traders are also a little more optimistic because of the opening of some air routes in Europe. Technically, all three indices are currently retracing a little more than 50% of the recent decline. This is a key area as the markets are in positions to post secondary lower tops.