Markets are booming again.
The Dow is up 101 points (0.6%), the S&P 500 is up 11 points (0.6%), and the Nasdaq is up 37 points (0.9%).
This morning saw a flurry of major economic activity.
At his press conference, Mario Draghi announced programs to boost lending.
After this activity, the Euro softened against the dollar, but has since rallied to $US1.362 against the dollar, essentially unchanged from where it was ahead of the ECB meeting.
European stocks rallied but later pared those gains.
Attention now turns to U.S. nonfarm payrolls, scheduled for 8:30 tomorrow morning.
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