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The S&P 500 is just about to touch its 100-day moving average, an indicator technicians use to gauge the strength of the underlying that they are trading.
Trader Luke Rahbari does not expect crude to get back to over $60 per barrel by the summer, even with increased seasonal driving demand.
Gold has been under pressure as the U.S. dollar remains strong.
Commodity markets moved lower following better-than-expected non-farm payrolls data as the dollar spiked.
Market volatility made a come back following non-farm payrolls data and now the attention shifts to the FOMC and monetary policy.
Equinix grew 14% in 2014 vs expectations of 11%, driven by the big secular trends like cloud computing, mobile, social media and the Internet of Things.
EIA Data showed a build of 10.3 million barrels in crude oil inventory, sending the commodity lower.
U.S. equity markets have been in a solid uptrend, while gold has been in a relative range to lower.
All the major indices are in the green and approaching new all-time highs in 2015.
Manhattan real estate prices continue to rise, even as the market remains challenged by the lack of inventory, according to an industry report.