I signed on to Bloomberg this morning to get glimpse of what "the other side" is thinking. I don't know why I bother. When I see things like the below, all that I can envision of are a bunch of monkeys in diapers frantically pressing buttons.
Maybe the editor got distracted by Rebecca Jarvis on CNBC? Who knows. Even I've succumbed to that. But I just don't know how this passes through the editorial filter. Either that or it occurs to them entirely logical that the stock market rise on economic concerns as some sort of a "safe haven." After what I've seen over the past year, I sadly can't rule this out as a possibility.
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