AT&T, Time Warner Deal Is Top Dog Right Now: Market Recon

All Around The Mulberry Bush

They waited with the anticipation of excited children as the tune ground toward it's own conclusion. The closing bell had sounded the better part of an hour earlier. Pop! The news broke... That can't be right. The reporter on my television just said that the deal was approved with no conditions. Let me check the other channels. Whoa... this must be true. So, it was. The traders were off and running. Who was a pajama trader on Tuesday night? Anyone and everyone. Why? Simply stated... money was moving, and money doesn't sleep. Many were at least mildly unprepared for such a clear cut victory versus the Department of Justice in this antitrust case. Less elegantly, some of us participated because there was movement, there was volume... and it was fun....1327 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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