Last Week in the Markets: A Look Back to Help Assess What Might Be Ahead (#10)

By: Douglas R. Gillespie | Mon, Sep 26, 2005
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"Last Week in the Markets..." is an examination of the week that was in the financial markets, in an effort to help assess the prospects for the week(s) that will be.


Stocks took a strong tumble last week, partially in anticipation of the possible negative impact over the weekend of Hurricane Rita. But since Rita was only bad instead of horrendous, it's time for stocks to resume their "be happy, don't worry" mode. For how long, though?

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