Stocks Reverse Course And Head South, Euro Breaking To New Lows

An hour ago things were looking alright, but once again, stocks are heading down.

The selling came not long after the ECB came out and said rates would be left unchanged, which can’t have been all that surprising.

And we hate to say it, but the euro is a broken record, and now threatening to take out $1.27.

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