Once Again, Markets Are Marching Higher

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Still no signs of a stumble: Markets are marching higher again.US futures are up in the range of 0.4%.

European markets are up across teh board as well. Italy is up 0.4%. France is up 0.2%. Germany is up 0.5%.

In Asia, Shanghai ended witha modest 0.2% gain, while Japan added 0.9%, marking a big reversal from where it started.

Nothing too major yet is out in terms of news.

Durable Goods and Case-Shiller in the US should be big numbers for the market to watch.

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