The Dow Jones Industrials, made a comeback, up 65 to 12,267, with world markets also all up, especially the Japan Nikkei, jumping 135 to 9,576. If you can recall, the Nikkei was just about 39,000 (the Dow all-time high was 14,165 on 9October2007) at the end of 1989, crashed, then recovered to 18,000 in June of 2007, then fell again. Back in 2010 (mind you, the Nikkei is in Yen, while the Dow in U.S. dollars), the Dow and Nikkei pretty much tracked each other at around 10,000. However, on March 11 (Great Tohoku Earthquake), the Nikkei dropped 1015 to 8605, but has been slowly recovering.
Gold was unchanged at $1494/toz, while the NYMEX is at $109/barrel and Brent Spot at $122/barrel.