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Traders go World Cup crazy as markets languish

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"With the U.S. team playing in the World Cup tournament, Wall Street traders are taking advantage of mediocre volume to focus on the games, with trading floor atmosphere anything but dull. U.S. equity markets and indexes have churned excruciatingly around the break-even mark, with the S&P 500 index struggling to move in either direction for the last three days. After stronger volume in late April and May, trading activity this week has tapered off significantly. But that hasn't lowered the level of excitement in trading rooms. "A lot of people are following the game and rooting hard," said Gordon Charlop, managing director at Rosenblatt Securities from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange."
SOURCE:   Reuters