This morning markets were lower as news from the eurozone returned to haunt markets. Posted last week was German Factory Orders of -4.8% which many inferred would lead to a German recession. Bulls, what there are of them, ignored that to push markets (S&P 500) to fresh highs. Wednesday came news from Germany (B still follows A methinks) that exports were much lower. This put the euro lower testing ¿126 before recovering late in the day. However, the German DAX Index also lower much of the day hardly budged. Stocks in the U.S. opened lower and stayed down much of the day until the
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