The Day Ahead: Your Guide to a Happy Wednesday
This week has fast caught the self-created tagline "wow weird week," or "WWW" for those that love Wall Street abbreviations and Pimco's random references to clean dirty shirts and best houses on a block filled with urban blight.
WWW syndrome began with a carryover of enthusiasm from last Friday, crept into individual company news (Best Buy (BBY) buyout and a quality quarter from Fossil (FOSL) months after an earnings warning) and looks to be destined to stick around in the form of subdued market reaction to discouraging China macro releases (which, in the same vein as the U.S., will be spun into "the government will have to ease more, who cares if the headline misses and slows month to month")....568 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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