This is the first time after any of the QE, Twist, and LTRO announcements that the stock market...
This is the first time after any of the QE, Twist, and LTRO announcements that the stock market is lower 13 trading sessions later, writes David Rosenberg. The Fed may have established a floor for prices, but the global economy has created a ceiling. Another obstacle is bullish sentiment, just the opposite of this time last year when investors were hunkered down for more pain.
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