Today has been remarkably quiet.
There was no economic data in the U.S. this morning.
Earlier, the S&P 500 was on track to trade in one of its narrowest intraday ranges in 17 years.
Stocks took a bit of a dip around 11:40 in their first real move of the session, but are now rebounding up off their lows.
Right now, the Dow is down around 75 points, and the S&P 500 is down 0.5 percent:
The U.S. dollar index is sliding today as the euro appreciates against the dollar. The index is down 0.3 percent to 80.36 after hitting a high of 80.75 earlier.
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