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STOCKS SLIDE AFTER BOEHNER FAIL: Here’s What You Need To Know (DIA, SPY, QQQ)
By admin on December 21, 2012
It was a rough day in the markets, but it could’ve been a whole lot worse..
First the scoreboard:
And now the top stories:
- Today’s market sell-off really began last night when a key fiscal cliff vote got delayed after House Speaker John Boehner embarrassingly failed to secure enough votes to support the measure. Futures instantly plummeted.
- Last night’s failure makes it unlikely that a deal will get sealed before the year’s over, writes Nomura’s Lewis Alexander.
- On the bright side, durable goods orders jumped 0.7 percent in November, which was much higher than the 0.3 percent gain economists were looking for. Excluding transportation, the durable goods number unexpectedly jumped 1.6 percent; economists were looking for a 0.2 percent decline.
- The most telling aspect of the report is capital expenditures excluding defense and aircraft. This leading indicator, which is closely followed by the likes of David Rosenberg and Paul McCulley, has turned up sharply quelling fears of a recession.
- Consumer confidence unexpectedly fell to 72.9, its lowest level since July. Economists were looking for reading of 75.0, up from 74.5 a month ago.
- One big loser in the stock market was Herbalife, which
- Markets will be open on Monday, but will close at 1:00 PM ET.
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