World markets took their cue from U.S. upside. The world expects central banks to stimulate growth while the Europeans drafted a plan to link all 17 nations in a stronger coalition of banking, growth measures, and budgetary guidelines.
Mario Draghi also made comments that the ECB is ready to inject more liquidity in the system should things go a foul again. The markets took this and Reuters is reporting a rumor that if the Greek elections go awry the ECB will support Euro banks to help stabilize a politicized outcome.
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