Europe, surprisingly, is currently trading up with the FTSEurofirst rising a cautious .5%. Food & beverage
and the telecom industries are propelling the area .8 and 1.1% respectively.
Greek shares are down 1.6% as the financial world braces for the upcoming wildcard that is the Greek
Michael Kors has jumped in pre-trade, after beating its Q4 EPS, up over 6%.
One day after ditching Google maps, Apple signs a global mapping deal with TomTom, the terms were
Crude is down today currently under $83, as are natural gas and gold, silver is staying afloat currently at
a plus .5%.
The NFIB Small business index jumped 2 points in April to 94.5, the highest reading in a year, and holds
in May at a 94.4. Job creating plans and job openings were both up as were capital spending plans.
Contributer Chris Rygh is currently pursuing his MBA in Wisconsin and has a passion for the Market.
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