The day after......Stocks plunge: Dow's worst day of the year

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    Stocks plunge: Dow's worst day of the year

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    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

     
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    Stocks plunge: Dow's worst day of the year

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    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

     
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    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

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    Kell, I learned a long time ago.  don't listen to liberals on matters of economics and finances.

    Bars open in an hour.

     
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    Re: The day after......Stocks plunge: Dow's worst day of the year

    If its fair to blame the president for a one day plunge in the market, then its fair to give him credit for taking it from 6500 to 13000 in 4 years.

     

     
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    Headlines in Europe " The Debt Crisis in the EU May Negatively Impact the German

    Economy".

    Hence the sell off...enhanced by the usual end of year shenanigans!

    The wingnuts here are brain dead. As User states, the Dow went from 6500 to 13000 under Obama.

    The fiscal cliff is a media hype/myth. If the Republicans don't compromise they are all done as a party!

    Skeeter at least you're consistent.......consistently wrong!!!!!

    CNNMoney.com's Hibah Yousuf

    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

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    Kell, I learned a long time ago.  don't listen to liberals on matters of economics and finances.

    Bars open in an hour.

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    Stocks plunge: Dow's worst day of the year

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    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

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    Um I think you are ignoring the primary US event; we re-elected the guy who is hostile to Wall St and threatens them with uncertainty and he has an unproven record to work with the House to get anything done.

     
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    IF REPUBLICANS FAIL TO COMPROMISE RE "THE FISCAL CLIFF" THEY WILL NEVER AGAIN

    BE A SERIOUS POLITICAL PARTY.

    AGAIN IT WAS THE EU DEBT AND THE NEGATIVE POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE GERMAN ECONOMY THAT FUELED THE SELLOFF.

    YOU WINGNUTS HAVE ZERO CREDIBILITY.

    BUT HEY AS LONG AS YOUR HAPPY IN YOUR DELUSIONAL UNIVERSE IT'S OK!

    CNNMoney.com's Hibah Yousuf

    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

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    Mmmm yeah...no

    "This is purely a reaction to the political landscape and an investor response to the policies on the table -- all the new regulation that will add to the costs of doing business for certain industries and sectors" said Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank. "Financials are getting hit the hardest, and energy isn't far behind."

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    Fears that the fiscal cliff could send the economy back into a recession sent the markets plummeting to a sharply lower close with the Dow crashing 312 points to 12,932. Nasdaq descended 74 points to 2943.

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    IF REPUBLICANS FAIL TO COMPROMISE RE "THE FISCAL CLIFF" THEY WILL NEVER AGAIN

    BE A SERIOUS POLITICAL PARTY.

    AGAIN IT WAS THE EU DEBT AND THE NEGATIVE POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE GERMAN ECONOMY THAT FUELED THE SELLOFF.

    YOU WINGNUTS HAVE ZERO CREDIBILITY.

    BUT HEY AS LONG AS YOUR HAPPY IN YOUR DELUSIONAL UNIVERSE IT'S OK!

    CNNMoney.com's Hibah Yousuf

    New York (CNNMoney) - A sell-off on Wall Street gained momentum Wednesday, with the Dow falling below 13,000 for the first time in two months, as investors focused on how President Obama plans to avoid the fiscal cliff after he won re-election Tuesday night.

    OK, the Dems won by playing to social issues; war on women, gay marriage and immigration and no economic plan.  Nicely and successfully played, so at the start of term tow Obama must own the economy now.   

    How does Wall St and the economy react, with a resounding flush in the toilet.

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    The market was down because of Europe worries, end of the year tax loss harvesting and subsequent window dressing. You wingnuts aren't too bright.

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    Mmmm yeah...no

    "This is purely a reaction to the political landscape and an investor response to the policies on the table -- all the new regulation that will add to the costs of doing business for certain industries and sectors" said Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank. "Financials are getting hit the hardest, and energy isn't far behind."

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    Fears that the fiscal cliff could send the economy back into a recession sent the markets plummeting to a sharply lower close with the Dow crashing 312 points to 12,932. Nasdaq descended 74 points to 2943.

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    You don't know how to even post correctly. Clearly your head is planted far up your a55.

     

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    Hard to post when you keep passing out.

     
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    "Look Hoss" you start running a respectable business and I won't have to come in here and hassle every night. You know what I mean ? I want the rest of you cowboys to know something ! There is a new sheriff in town ........................................................and her name is Elizabeth Warren ! Ya all be cool, right on !

     
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    "Look Hoss" you start running a respectable business and I won't have to come in here and hassle every night. You know what I mean ? I want the rest of you cowboys to know something ! There is a new sheriff in town ........................................................and her name is Elizabeth Warren ! Ya all be cool, right on !

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    So, now free enterprise has an avowed socialist overseeing it.

    That ought to work out well.

     
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    This is not indicative of anything substantial or meaningful.  The market’s reaction to President Obama’s victory four years ago ended up telling us next to nothing about the subsequent four years. On Nov. 5, 2008, the day after that election, the Dow plunged more than 5%. And yet the Dow today is several thousand points higher than where it stood then.  Additionally, the Obama was the odds on favorite to win on election day, and the numbers geeks on Wall Street would have been aware of that. 

     
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    Stocks plunged because Investors have no faith that the Republicans will work with Democrats to avoid the fiscal cliff.

     
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    This is not indicative of anything substantial or meaningful.  The market’s reaction to President Obama’s victory four years ago ended up telling us next to nothing about the subsequent four years. On Nov. 5, 2008, the day after that election, the Dow plunged more than 5%. And yet the Dow today is several thousand points higher than where it stood then.  Additionally, the Obama was the odds on favorite to win on election day, and the numbers geeks on Wall Street would have been aware of that. 

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    Actually the drop clearly reflects that Wall St isn't happy.  80 plus corporate jets didn't fly in to be at Mitt's concession speech they were here to celebrate.

     
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    This is not indicative of anything substantial or meaningful.  The market’s reaction to President Obama’s victory four years ago ended up telling us next to nothing about the subsequent four years. On Nov. 5, 2008, the day after that election, the Dow plunged more than 5%. And yet the Dow today is several thousand points higher than where it stood then.  Additionally, the Obama was the odds on favorite to win on election day, and the numbers geeks on Wall Street would have been aware of that. 

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    Actually the drop clearly reflects that Wall St isn't happy.  80 plus corporate jets didn't fly in to be at Mitt's concession speech they were here to celebrate.

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    No offense, but trying to divine underlying level of "happiness" on Wall street by reading the tea leaves of volatilty in the form of the various stock indices is an exercise in futility.  Again, what the market did yesterday has very little to do with its performance long term.  The trend has been for the past 4 years that the markets have gained and returned to prerecession levels.  For the markets to now, all of a sudden, reverse that trend when the president hasn't changed is ludicrous. 

    And while I am sure there are plenty of execs who laid out lots of cash to bankroll a Romney win aren't happy that their spending was for naught, that dynamic has existed in American politics for generations.  Unless you are suggestting that the Street is going to purposely tank itself because of electoral disappointment. 

     
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    Stocks plunged because Investors have no faith that the Republicans will work with Democrats to avoid the fiscal cliff.

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    Or could it be Democrats working with Republicans?

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    Well look at it this way if you are aguing with your spouse/partner is it them or you at fault if you can't compromise?

    Both............

     
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    Um I think you are ignoring the primary US event; we re-elected the guy who is hostile to Wall St and threatens them with uncertainty and he has an unproven record to work with the House to get anything done.

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    And you are ignoring the prospect of a status quo GOP-led House which, among other dookies, facilitated the debt ceiling fiasco and spent the last two years opposing any sort of compromise with anyone, including itself.

    That's just as much of a factor in the Dow plunge as Obama's re-election.

    There were lots of other people voted in (or back in) to office on Tuesday, y'know.

     

    P.S.  You are projecting onto POTUS unnecessarily, AGAIN.  That engine is clean out of gas.

     

     

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