Stocks fall across the globe on emerging-market fears, but Wall Street resists another rout

  • Article by: BERNARD CONDON , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 27, 2014 - 6:25 PM

NEW YORK — Stock markets fell across the globe on Monday, but at least it wasn't another rout on Wall Street.

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theagonybhoJan. 27, 14 4:51 PM

So basically another apology story, the stock markets down 600 points in 4 days but it could have been worse. This house of cards is headed for a huge correction.

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ciamanJan. 27, 14 5:56 PM

Exactly right. Every article about our drifting economy always starts out with some bad news. Then, presto, the article always turns around and says things like this: 1.Jack Ablin "We have an accelerating economy"". How is that again, Mr. Ablin?? The low interest rates are killing people whom saved money for the coming retirement years. They have almost no savings left after this low interest. 2. "American consumers have paid down debts and can spend moe freely". Kind of like the very poor christmas spending season, um? I will eagerly watch the falling DOW and the rest of the deviltry economy.

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boozlesJan. 27, 14 6:18 PM

The global (casino) stock market is the work of Satin. Those who worship it will live in eternal fire.

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kebu80Jan. 27, 14 6:36 PM

How can you people fall for negative news especially when we have King Obama in charge of our mess and he has everything under control? He and his liberal drones tell us we are in this massive recovery. Huh?

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ciamanJan. 27, 14 9:18 PM

I see the left people are out there in force and say we are wrong. Strange, considering that the true numbers show us that this economy is on stilts and it is showing many cracks. How many times do we have to show you that you are falling on your faces again and again? One jilt after another. Tisk tisk.

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