S&P 500 Futures Suggest Selloff After June Event Risks: ChartBy
Futures contracts on the S&P 500 Index are on track to repeat a fairly complex pattern for the second time since last May. Such a development would see a drift lower from the April high followed by a sharp selloff in the wake of June events that could cause equity volatility, including the Fed meeting on June 15, the Brexit vote on June 23 and the Spanish elections on June 26.
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