Markets Get Worse: Euro, US Futures, And Nikkei Continue To Slide

Following the US market’s dead-cat flop, world markets are actually worsening.

The euro has now given up all its gains from Tuesday morning’s successful liquidity auction from the ECB.

$1.22 is no sure thing anymore.

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US futures are also sagging.

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And the Nikkei is down substantially.

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Photo: FinViz

For a recap of the US trading day, see here.

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