Pre-Market Futures Instantly Fall After The Worst Durable Goods Report In 3 Years

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There goes today’s really.S&P futures had been up close to 0.5% at one point, but are now barely keeping a nostril above water.

The culprit: A really dismal January durable goods orders report.

According to Markit, it was the worst report in 3 years.

More data is yet to come today, including Case-Shiller at 9:00 AM, and then Richmond Fed and Consumer confidence at 10:00 AM.

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