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U.S. Downgrade: The First Wall Street Analyst Reactions

Aug 7, 2011
If you're having a good weekend, you're a person who doesn't have any money in the markets. For everyone else, this is a weekend of looking for a...
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Standard & Poor's officially downgrades U.S. debt

Aug 5, 2011
S&P has announced that the United States has lost its AAA rating. How will this impact the global economy?
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So where's your money right now?

Aug 5, 2011
Marketplace reporters and contributors share what they're doing with their money -- under the mattress, on Wall Street, in real estate.
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Short-term swings create long-term problems

Aug 5, 2011
The volatility in the stock markets isn't just spooking traders. It's making employers think twice about hiring, consumers think twice about spending, and affecting our entire economic outlook.
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Who to blame for market mess?

Aug 5, 2011
Europe's debt, anemic unemployment claims and general economic malaise all took the fall for the Dow's 500 point drop. But in reality, we'll never know the real culprit.
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Market drop based on fear

Aug 5, 2011
The Dow dropped 500 points in one day -- but economists are blaming news we've known about for months now. So why the panic now?
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Global economic fears rattle financial markets

Aug 4, 2011
With the U.S. debt ceiling distraction over, investor fears of a global economic slowdown sent Wall Street and overseas markets sharply lower
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Weekly Wrap: A U.S. credit downgrade

Jul 29, 2011
Reviewing the week's news on Wall Street. This week: how the debt deal -- if it comes -- will affect U.S. credit and what looks to be a pending downgrade.
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Debt ceiling first responders

Jul 26, 2011
Commodities traders feel the pinch of debt ceiling uncertainty.
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Why the markets aren't reacting to debt ceiling talks

Jul 25, 2011
Despite all the back-and-forth happening with the debt ceiling discussions, the markets haven't reacted and don't seem worried.
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