Why the Markets Are Surging Right Now
Jan 2nd 2013 9:59AM
Updated Jan 2nd 2013 10:06AM
The Markets are absolutely soaring today after Congress passed The Taxpayer Relief Act in the wee hours of the fiscal-cliff debate. Of course, as much enthusiasm and relief is flowing through the markets today, the work isn't done yet. Democrats and Republicans still have to come together and debate the new debt limit, as well as cuts to the federal budget.
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