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What the Finance?!

November 16th, 2011

Ben Jourdan

Well, folks, if you haven’t heard from your television, radio, newspaper, mom, or pocket book, the world economy ain’t doing too hot.

Among other things affecting it, we have the uncertainty of the Eurozone’s fate (more specifically Greece and Italy); the rising tensions of the Occupy Wall Street movement (and the world for that matter); and a recent poll from CBS News/New York Times that showed a U.S. congressional all-time low approval rating of 9 percent. As a result, markets have seemed to take on the characteristics of your crazy, gambling, bi-polar Uncle Larry and have caused investment analysts and Chicken Littles alike to scream, “THE SKY IS FALLING!”

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