The everything market
seems to be holding together before the weekend, hoping or afraid to be short if anyone on either side of the pond might come out over the weekend and wave a magic wand to make the bogeyman go away.
Seems to be an increasing belief in the likelihood of QE3. I'll pass on handicapping that but would note that the bonds are higher and stocks are lower than a year ago when they did QE2 so it wouldn't shock me if after the fact the market might not be all that impressed.
Grains have held up well considering although they may underwhelm fundamental expectations if the overall markets remain chppy and sloppy.
PS. It would be worth the price of the ticket to watch Rick Perry horsewhip Ben Bernanke but I'm objective and would find it just as much fun to watch Ben give the whoopin'.