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The September E-mini S&P 500 market closed lower on Friday, but managed to hold on to gains for the week. Today’s early session rally failed to take out yesterday’s high despite a better than expected U.S. 2nd Quarter GDP Report. This could be an indication that this market has run out of buyers at current levels and that a much needed correction is likely.

September Treasury Bonds followed-through to the upside after yesterday’s better than expected Treasury auction. Today’s weakness in the equity markets also contributed to the firm tone in the Treasuries. This could be an indication that investors are taking a little off the table in the stock market and reallocating to the fixed income market.

September Crude Oil shrugged off a bearish report from earlier in the week and managed to close near the high of the day. Most of this rally was related to the weaker Dollar as traders increased their bets that a recovery in the U.S. economy will lead to great demand for energy and energy products.

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