From the floor of the CME group Alan Knuckman discusses yesterday's market and what it indicates for Thursday, July 31. S&P closed up at 1965, the DOW was down 24 at 16821 and the NASDAQ closed up 16 at 3968.5. The dollar index was up at 81.52 and euro currency was down at 133.93. Bond market was down at 137.16, crude oil down at 100.25 and gold closed down with the strength of the dollar at 1297. On Thursday July 31, index futures are down, dollar index is up and euro currency is down, bonds are steady, the 30-year treasury is at 3.30% yield and the 10-year note is at 2.55%, crude and gold are down.¿

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