December S&P finished down 12.1 at 2555.2, 11.1 off the high and 13.2 up from the low. December S&P E-Mini closed down 8.5 at 2558.75. This was 17.25 up from the low and 7.5 off the high.
After their rebound on Tuesday, global markets have taken a negative shift midway through Wednesday’s trading session. Friction between the White House and Capitol Hill may be putting tax reform measures in jeopardy, which became the trigger for a liquidation selloff. US equity markets were able to regain a large portion of their midsession losses but still finished the day in negative territory.