U.S. futures and European stocks are modestly lower, following a mostly green Asian session, amid increasing jitters over today's 2pm announcement by President Trump in which he will unveil the fate of the Iran nuclear deal.
The overnight session was already in a festive, risk-on mood with global market a sea of green, when the news hit that North Korea is ready to denuclearize "if the regime safety is assured", which sent futures to session highs, the dollar sliding, the USDJPY spiking and 10Y yields surging to 2.895%.
"The real revelation with Mueller’s indictments is that they represent the depths of how far our system has fallen from the ideals and principles it was founded upon. ...The U.S. as a society exists solely for the purpose of the powerful to score cheap political points in the service of accumulating more power."
"Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President. The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong - no collusion!"
"...Americans who 'believe in our government' have no comprehension how totally corrupt 'their' government is... The corruption in Washington is really unbelievable. You have to experience it to know it, and those who experience it are part of it and will not tell."