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The Stock Market Cares A Lot About The Budget Fiasco

October 17, 2013

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Lets assume that budget Armageddon was expected to reduce stock values by 20%. Thats obviously huge, so in that case it would be wrong to say the stock market doesnt care about the budget fight. 2. Lets assume that last Thursday investors saw a 15% chance of a budget Armageddon. Thats small, but obviously still significant. By Friday evening the perceived risk of default may have fallen to 5%. With 10% less chance of budget Armageddon that would reduce stock prices by 20%, stocks rallied by 2%. Of course these numbers are merely illustrative. 3.

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