A sense of calm has descended on global markets this morning after Thursday's drubbing, as traders regain a bit more appetite for risk, thinking that the Fed-induced selloff was overdone and has left bargains in its wake.
U.S. and Canadian stock futures suggest major indexes in North America could open with gains - although the premarket indicators are off their highs from earlier this morning, and European markets are also retracing some of their early day gains.Report Typo/Error
- S&P 500 INDEX2,473.45-0.38(-0.02%)
- Dow Jones Industrials21,611.78-28.97(-0.13%)
- S&P/TSX Composite15,264.64+19.93(+0.13%)
- SPDR Gold Trust$118.24+0.16(+0.14%)
- Copper High Grade Front Month Futures$2.710.00(0.00%)
- Crude Oil Front Month Futures$46.88-0.04(-0.09%)
- New Flyer Industries Inc$51.34-0.70(-1.35%)
- Updated July 19 10:40 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.