Sorry for the slow reply mate. I expect the Fed to announce that more easing/bond purchasing isnt required tomorrow, that markets will likely fall a bit in a hissy fit, and yet forget that in truth, the USA and indeed global economy is now pretty solid. Solidly flat and not flying, but the danger is all but over, and what we are now seeing is reality, not hard times. We had it too easy for too many years, with non essential and wasteful spending rooted out and many entities, ie high street shops etc gone, wasteful public spending cut globally, and now we have balance and a true state of things. We have I say, normality now, and a sustainable one at that.
A flat open on the FTSE tomorrow, with a bit of a fall at about 2:30pm. That my hunch :)
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