Markets Have Turned Around, And Are Now Pointing To A Big Jump

Well, maybe we’ll get two days in a row of gains.

Markets were down earlier, but have now turned around nicely.

S&P futures are pointing up by 1%.

And the Italian bond auction apparently drew more demand than expected.

Italy’s FTSE MIB has bounded back nicely, which tell you all you need to know

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Photo: Bloomberg

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