Stocks Head Higher After Europe's Close... But Look What's Down Again

Well we’re not massively higher, but after starting with big 1% declines, we’re in the green now.

Not surprisingly, we tipped over just as Europe closed.

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Photo: Yahoo Finance

Meanwhile, look what’s down again. Goldman Sachs (GS). It’s off over .5%.

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