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S&P 500 Futures - Sep 15

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2,100.45 -3.30    -0.16%
20:57:48 GMT - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500

  • Prev. Close: 2,103.75
  • Open: 2,103.45
  • Day's Range: 2,095.45 - 2,109.15
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Seth dominus
Seth dominus Jul 31, 2015 08:01PM GMT
annnnndddddd weeeee RRR RRRRR RRRRRRR

Teck Pishee
Teck Pishee Jul 31, 2015 06:27PM GMT
Yes, finally..closing my todays shorts. Recovered some of my losses from yesterday:)

yogipoo booya
yogipoo booya Jul 31, 2015 06:09PM GMT
On a quarterly basis, it showed wages and salaries increasing just 0.2 percent, believed to be the lowest three-month move ever for a data set that goes back to 1982. "The Fed has been holding off on raising interest rates to try to move things along, but it's just clear that they should stay the course and not raise interest rates at all in the near future given what we're seeing." = Don't believe these idiots telling you this story. If the low interest rate policy which clearly has not benefited the economy, only benefiting corporations and banks, why continue the bad policy that hasn't worked? unless the Fed works for Goldman Sachs, it is obvious to raise the rates and deflate the market bubble.
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