June S&P finished down 110.6 at 2270, 118.4 off the high and -104.5 up from the low. June S&P E-Mini closed down 1.25 at 2379.25. This was 5.75 up from the low and 9.5 off the high.
Global markets held onto a positive early tone following the FOMC meeting and Dutch election results, but risk appetites started to soften later in Thursday’s trading. US equities found early strength as the NASDAQ was able to post another new record high. However, all 3 major US stock indices could not sustain upside momentum and fell back into negative territory before Thursday’s close.