Wall Street's premarket losses have followed a downside reversal in European trade.
Futures point to a downside open but traders around the world seem happy about Fed's comments.
With renewed speculation quantitative easing, investors wait for the Fed.
Despite the downgrade, 10-year yields are falling in early going.
Investors who focus solely on the negatives risk missing out on stocks that may be set up for rallies.
Thursday's huge-volume market massacre has renewed speculation about further quantitative easing from the Fed.
Hopes of building on Wednesday's gains appear dim.
Investors are putting on their rally caps in hopes of reversing Tuesday's widespread selloff.
A relief rally failed to materialize, and Wall Street futures are pointing to a lower open.
Investors cheered the U.S. debt agreement that Congress will vote on today.