Zuckerberg's attempt to steer the regulation debate on his company satisfied pre-market players.
Some time later on Friday it is expected that Italy will break ranks with the G-7, the EU, NATO, and sign a Belt and Road Initiative Memorandum of Understanding with China.
There doesn't seem to be much of a catalyst for FDX at the moment.
Alphabet has amassed quite the tab from the European Union.
The opposition seems to be trying for another referendum. Meantime, British bank stocks, like Lloyd's, should keep benefiting from anything other than a 'hard' Brexit.
Aurora's addition of a big name activist is accelerating share growth.
No one wants to be caught being too negative if a trade deal is made, but there will be plenty of market players looking for an exit into strength.
Economic reports out of Europe and China have not been encouraging, which appears to leave the U.S. to power the global economic engine.
How did our stock market do during these endless global routs? Better than everyone else.
This is not the time to trust that the negative pressures will relent.