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Another Manic Monday: U.S. & Euro-zone Debts Crisis Remain Front And Center s

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This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES U1) are trading lower by 9.00 points to 1306.00 per contract. Traders and investors are once again fearing that the European Union is insolvent. Yields on debt across the Euro-zone countries are spiking higher this morning. Investors have been seeing this type of action in the European Union for well over a year now. Who will be the next country to need a bailout?