The euro doesn't look like getting out of its recent range.
It's hard to like the euro.
Policy makers are not doing their job properly in order to support the euro.
It takes the pressure off the euro, and it is maybe the first time when a couple of [consecutive] numbers have come out positive for it.
The U.S.-Europe story is getting played out and is fully discounted in the euro and bond markets.
The particular bullish case for the blue chips here is that they've really had a correction over the last month or so. I look for the blue chips to catch up with the rest of the market and make new highs later this month.
And Wrigley has been very strong for some time, continues to move higher, ... Just had another breakout to a new high. There are lots of stocks in this market that are doing quite well. They just aren't technology stocks.
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