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E-Minis Off Worst Levels

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E-minis stabilise off of lows after the aforementioned disappointing guidance from tech name Snapchat weighed on the wider social media space in afterhours dealing, dragging e-minis lower at the re-open. The NASDAQ 100 contract (-1.2%) still leads losses amongst the three major indices, but is 69 points off of session lows, while the S&P 500 contract (-0.6%) is 17 points off of session lows.

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E-minis stabilise off of lows after the aforementioned disappointing guidance from tech name Snapchat weighed on the wider social media space in afterhours dealing, dragging e-minis lower at the re-open. The NASDAQ 100 contract (-1.2%) still leads losses amongst the three major indices, but is 69 points off of session lows, while the S&P 500 contract (-0.6%) is 17 points off of session lows.