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Tuesday
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Emini Podcast / The Daily Futures 12/06/11

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The markets were quietly trading back and forth looking for something to turn the tide.

The report from the Financial Times said European officials may allow the 440 billion euro rescue fund to remain intact when a larger half-a-trillion euro facility comes online in the middle of next year. This would effectively double the the bloc's firepower in fighting the crisis, the report said. Officials are also looking to garner more support from the International Monetary Fund, according to the paper.

The development comes a day after Standard & Poor's put nearly the entire eurozone on warning for a downgrade as "systemic stresses in the euro zone have risen in recent weeks," putting additional pressure on already struggling countries, like Italy, the ratings company said in a release shortly after the close of trading on Monday. Among the countries that could receive a downgrade are Germany, France and four other countries that presently retain top-notch ratings.

The German-Franco warning is particularly significant because those countries represent the biggest economies in Europe, and backers of the bloc's bailout fund.  Indeed, S&P cautioned Tuesday that the fund may lose its triple-A rating if the underlying countries are cut.

However, the markets' reaction was "muted" on Tuesday because ratings companies have "lost their clout" among traders, James Hughes, a senior market analyst with Alpari said in an interview with FOX Business.  The companies have come under pressure for what some analysts see as overly optimistic ratings on mortgage-backed securities during the financial crisis, and similarly rosy projections for European sovereign debt. 

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