North American markets are set to pick up where they left off late Wednesday - and it's not going to be pretty.
U.S. stock futures are down close to 1 per cent, and while the resource-heavy TSX didn't sell off quite as hard as the U.S. benchmark did in the moments after Ben Bernanke's suggestion that Federal Reserve bond buying may soon be coming to an end, it could be a different story today. A rally in the U.S. dollar this morning - not to mention more data showing a slowdown in Chinese economic growth - have commodities deep in the red.Report Typo/Error
- S&P 500 INDEX2,442.10+22.72(+0.94%)
- Dow Jones Industrials21,469.38+158.72(+0.74%)
- S&P/TSX Composite15,348.37+67.15(+0.44%)
- SPDR Gold Trust$118.85+0.04(+0.03%)
- Copper High Grade Front Month Futures$2.65+0.01(+0.25%)
- Crude Oil Front Month Futures$44.71+0.47(+1.06%)
- Walt Disney Co$107.00+1.59(+1.51%)
- Manulife Financial Corp$24.01+0.30(+1.27%)
- Updated June 28 9:41 AM CDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.