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Emini Futures Daily Podcast - Friday February 24, 2012

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The E-Mini S&P 500 traded in a 7 point range today as the fear and anxiety subsided from the Euro debt crisis! The Euro finance ministers finally approved the $130 billion euros rescue bailout to Greece by persuading the investors to provide more support and the European Central Bank to hand-over some of their profits from debt instruments purchased at a discount. There is still light volume as traders may be looking ahead to the G-20 meeting coming up.   

US New Home Sales, although coming in better than the forecast of 315,000, declined 0.9 to a 321,000 annual pace, down from December’s 324,000. The existing number of homes on the market, although inventories are decreasing, may weigh on the new home sales. As the inventories decrease and employment numbers become stronger, there should be a better reading over time. Consumer Sentiment according to the Thomson Reuters University of Michigan report increased to 75.3, up from the previous reading of 75. Another Thomson Reuters data of the S&P 500 revealed that of the 440 companies reporting their earnings that 68 exceeded expectations. The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association report business loans, leases and note of credit at $5.1 billion.  This is down from the robust December in which $10.8 billion in credit was given. In light of the US modest recovery, many investors have begun to doubt that the Federal Reserve will have another round of bond buying.  The extended period of low interest rates is expected through 2014. They have suggested the possible purchase of mortgage-backed securities to keep the mortgages at low rates.

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S&P 500 / Friday February 24, 2012

 

1364.00 has been a pivotal price all week on the S&P 500 Futures (ES). Today's close below 1364 sets a bearish tone for the Globex open Sunday night. We will Tweet the open so stay tuned...

 

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