Central Bankers Punish the Dow
Aug 2nd 2012 2:34PM
Updated Aug 2nd 2012 2:40PM
Investors are upset, and they should be. Policymakers seem determined to sit on their hands while economies either stagnate or deterioate around the globe. In this video, analyst David Williamson discusses why the markets are reacting poorly after inaction from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. He also looks at stocks that are selling off even worse. One is another finance company that may be tanked by a poor trade (but fortunately it isn't too big to fail), and David looks at a pair of biotechs dealing with FDA rejections and quarterly earnings.
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