yep business as usual, now FB is the darkling, use to be IBM, CSCO, ORCL AAPL now FB look at the Nas futures because of FB Nasdaq Futures 4,177.25 +50.25 WOW ......
the rally, FB already started up 6% after hours ....WOW
surprise me to see markets green, S&P almost there down 2 only
way off the lows, US markets will turn green after the open, just like yesterday, Nas was down at the open and closed up 50, just look at the charts, Nikkei up HUGE as Trump would say
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index gained 0.9 percent to 118.83 as of 9:03 a.m. in Tokyo, while Japan’s Topix index added 2 percent. The regional gauge is heading for a 9.9 percent decline this month as concern about a slowdown in China and a rout in oil and other commodities sent shares tumbling. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rebounded 1.4 percent on Tuesday as investors looked past another selloff in Chinese stocks to focus on a rally in crude and better-than-forecast earnings. Attention now turns to central banks, with both the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan reviewing policy this week.
“We could see a short-term rally,” Angus Nicholson, an analyst at IG Markets Ltd. in Melbourne, said by phone. “A lot of the markets around are trading at such low levels that they tend to draw buyers back into the market. We won’t be calling a bottom just yet. We’re probably going to see weak economic data from China in the first quarter and that’s going to add pressure on oil prices.”
E-mini futures on the S&P 500 dropped 0.6 percent. After U.S. cash markets closed, Apple Inc. forecast a decline in sales for the first time in more than a decade, adding to evidence that the market for smartphones is becoming saturated and that expansion in China is no longer enough to maintain the company’s unprecedented run of growth.
Hang Seng 19,066.00 19,222.00 18,811.83 +205.20
Need I say more , I think not cheers
Aapl will by the open, after hours was just a knee jerk reaction,
Do you have mother issues , sounds like, do you even know you real mother, we know you had many fathers