March 01, 2013 at 14:14 PM EST
Markets Don’t Seemed Worried About the Sequester
March is upon us, and what does that mean? The media’s most recent obsession, the sequester, officially goes into effect. The market bounced back impressively from Monday’s potent sell-off, giving the indication that investors weren’t too worried about the looming spending cuts. It’s hard to say how much the sequester factored into today’s gap down [...] View the full post at: Markets Don’t Seemed Worried About the Sequester Related posts: A Worried Postscript to the House Health Care Bill What’s Driving the Markets Today? Pimco’s Gross Urges Fed to Take Dramatic Measures to Unclogg Credit Markets
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