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"I mostly cover financial news."
"The market hit new highs today, while the contrition index remained at zero."
'Are we watching business news or sports news?'
"Markets reacted to the news by edging aside kind of awkwardly and then pretending to take a phone call."
"Well, I'm sure that Alan Greenspan's mother is very proud."
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'In a dramatic reversal, economists now believe that leading economic indicators are now lagging economic indicators.'
"On Wall Street today, the stock market corrected its previous correction, and is pretty sure it's got it right this time."
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"Looks like we've been bumped from the financials to the obituaries."
"On Wall Street today, news of lower interest rates sent the stock market up, but then the expectation that these rates would be inflationary sent the market down, until the realization that lower rates might stimulate the sluggish economy pushed the mark
'Today the dollar fell against all currencies with strange sounding names.'
"Today opened as November 10, 1987, swung wildly to March 7, 1996, and closed as December 5, 1902."
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'There's been no confirmation, but the possible merger of two giants has sent stock prices soaring.'
The Wall Street Tattler
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'They're the same financial publication. It just depends if you're bullish or bearish.'
'Stocks fell on the perception that stocks would fall on the perception that stocks were falling.'
'Don't mind him. He gets this wa every time they start talking about the inverse relationship between bond yields and prices.'
"AXP 0.78, AIG 1.12, T 2.63. . ."
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A Man and His Cat Read the Financial News.
"And now, if you don't want to know today's Dow Jones closing, look away from your set until the music stops."
'Today a ray of hope . . .'
'Oh, these? These are my recession chinos.'
'In corporate financial news, smoke up 12, mirrors down 14...'
"Do you swear to calm the jittery financial markets, all the jittery financial markets and nothing but the jittery financial markets, so help you God?"
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'Don't worry, the money we're throwing at the economy is not U.S taxpayer money. It's borrowed money.'
'Stocks finished higher today, paced by rising drug and fuel costs, divorces,malpractice suits,bankruptcy fees and medical bills.'