Markets Are Going Lower

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And now we’re back to more selling.As usually, it’s nothing majorly dramatic, but stock markets across Europe are in the red.

Italy is down 0.3%.

Spain is down 0.5%.

Germany is down 0.44%.

US futures are modestly lower.

Peripheral borrowing costs are up a tad.

Meanwhile, China fell 1% again last night, and has made a new post-crisis low.

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