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The Return of Guarded Optimism
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"Markets reacted to the news by edging aside kind of awkwardly and then pretending to take a phone call."
"No, the economy isn't growing slowly. It's growing mindfully."
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"Let's go and wreck the economy by not going shopping."
"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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'The Dow has shot up 2.5% on positive data on housing - until five minutes from now, when it'll be interpreted differently.'
"If I keep predicting a market crash, eventually I'll have to be right!"
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"This is big ... a bank is actually approving a loan."
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'This mattress fits up to $120,000 dollars.'
"Global stocks shot up on news Trump has 'Twitter-block!'"
Don't take too much - we're having a crisis!
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"Today, 'Greed' was up, on news that 'fear' was down."
"This is the New York 'Times' Business Poll again, Mr. Landau. Do you feel better or worse about the economy than you did twenty minutes ago?"
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'Our survey shows there's more confidence in shopping coupons than in the dollar...'
"Today, the yen shot up on news it is spelled differently from the 'Yuan'."
Tags:yen, yuan, currencies, currency values, financial reports, business news, stock exchange, stock exchanges, stock market, stock markets, business report, business reports, market confidence, value of money, global finance, china, japan, currency, currency value, news, financial news, economy, economic update, economic updates
"Remember, Syms, never use the term 'Plummet.' We prefer 'in correction territory' or 'below cost basis'."
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"Stocks closed higher on news that despite market volatility, Edgar Freund, just an average investor from Petoskey, Michigan, decided not to sell anything."
"Today stocks closed higher on news that Janet Yellen was overheard saying, 'What, me worry?'"
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Risk, Benefit and Public Hysteria.
OK, buy! No, wait... sell! No, change that... sell! No... buy! No... sell! Buy!
'No this isn't one of those disaster movies. It's the News.'
Tags:credit crunch, economic downturn, economic downturns, double dip recession, double dip recessions, austerity measures, talking ourselves into recession, banks, stocks and shares, market, markets, doom and gloom, consumer confidence, market confidence, financial crisis, business news, financial news, news report, news reports
"The Stock Market closed down early tody in reaction to Joe Biden's latest gaffe...."
'I wouldn't exactly call this a bear market or a bull market. It's more like a chicken market!'
"Oh look! A new department store in the High Street."
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World Economy Storms