Stocks are up, Greece is saved!
Stocks rallied with news of a new package of loans for Greece on Thursday. How long can stocks hold on to the good news?
Just kidding, but the €109 billion rescue package seems to be a sufficient kick o' the can - markets continue to rally from Helsinki to Hollywood.
Market tone: Stocks seen higher; euro maintains gains, dollar up against yen; Treasurys unchanged; Nymex up at $99.45; gold down at $1,585.99
Sorry for the late start, was at Sparks Steakhouse last night with assorted hedge fund managers and media peeps. China's endemic fraud loomed large during the conversation (The People's Republic of Madoff) as did the question of which will be a bigger stimulus for New York, gay weddings or gay divorces?
My daily linkfest for financial advisors is up at WSJ here: The Good Leads
Be back with you shortly...
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