Dow futures are down 260 points, S&P 500 futures are down 31 points. The S&P futures are trading at 1812, and that number, in the cash market, is the January, and year, intraday low. If it’s broken, it could lead to an even uglier round of selling.
Bond yields continue to drop, more in the U.S. than overseas. The yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note is down to 1.57%, near a four-year low, and not all that far off its all-time low. The yield on the two-year note is down to 0.606%. The German 10-year bund is at 0.16%. France is at 0.57%.