The euro spiked on the news against the U.S. dollar, but the comments also seem to have taken S&P 500 futures lower a bit as well.
The euro hit a high of 1.3116 following the news from levels around 1.3085 before the Schäuble comments hit the tape. Now, it's trading around 1.3091.
S&P 500 futures fell from 1544 to 1541 and are currently trading at 1541.5, up 0.5% on the day.
Gold has fallen about $7 an ounce as well since then and is currently trading around $1403, up 0.75% from yesterday.
Oil is rolling over as well, currently trading at $88.15, up 0.5%.
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