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Monday
Oct102011

E-Mini S&P 500: Game on!

Is back in a bullish stance as the Euro Zone has a time-out to finalize some crisis strategies to support the banks and manage the Greek debts as the summit is delayed. Perhaps the market was oversold in the first place. In the second place, perhaps fund managers started to buy.  Regardless of the reasoning, traders want to root for containment of the debt crisis in Europe. German Chancellor Merkel and French President Sarkozy assured the investment community that a structured plan would be released at the close of their meetings. The EU, IMF and ECB leaders known as the troika should release a statement tomorrow. Greece is in need of their next bailout aid installment by Mid-November to avoid any potential defaults. They must discuss where the capital should come from.  China had some interest in creating a new railway system. The Euro leaders would prefer to keep the aid packages from the Euro Zone without including outside interests. The volume was light today as the Treasuries did not trade due to Columbus Day. This is where the Euro Zone should pick up some traction on the management of the debt problem in Greece and the use of the European Financial Stability Facility to bail out bank insolvencies. Positive data emerged from Italy and France of increased output which also buoyed the optimism. There is still a variance on the measures to foil any insolvencies in the Euro Zone. Germany, while economically strong enough to possibly absorb any debt from the weaker nations, would like them to be accountable for their own liabilities. France, on the other hand, holds some of the debt burden and fears that its credit ratings may suffer from it. They would prefer to use the European Financial Stability Facility to deal with all of the debt. Greece is in a vulnerable position as they need to adhere to the austerity measures necessary to qualify for the loans and yet the people are protesting in the streets. For the moment, the pledge and hope may support the markets. The reality of the situation is perhaps more complicated for the long-term financial stability of the Euro-Zone!            

On the stock side:  JP Morgan Chase & Co. was up 5.2 to $32.30.  Bank of America was up 6.4 to $6.28.  Alcoa  was up 3.9 to $10.09.  Chevron was up 4 to $98.20.  Caterpillar was up 4.8 to $79.13.  Boeing  was up 3.6 to $64.03.  Yahoo was up 2.4 % to $15.84.

Gold spiked higher today which made our options smile or at least grin, but on the ES we want to caution that as of today's close... we only have 1 Weekly Trading Zone overhead. Could that be a top? Join us tomorrow in the Live Emini Trading Room and we'll find out together.

Tuesday, we have no major economic reports scheduled and we resume our regular broadcast and training room schedule.

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