Monday, October 09, 2006

Here are some interesting bits of info regarding the markets after the North Korea nuclear tests. North Korea claimed to do some underground testing over the weekend, and it's send information ripples all across the globe. See the links and c/p below from CNN.com

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Stocks struggled early Monday after North Korea
nuclear tests unnerved investors, despite several key corporate deals in the
works.
The Dow (down 24.10 to 11,826.11, Charts) lost 0.1 percent an
hour into the session. Last Thursday, the Dow hit a record close, ending at
11,866.69 and briefly touched a trading high of 11,870.06.

Video
More video
CNN's Eunice Yoon
explores how North Korea's recent actions affected world markets. (October
9)
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The broader
S&P 500 (down 0.93 to 1,348.65, Charts) index and the
tech-fueled Nasdaq composite (down 0.72 to 2,299.27, Charts) hovered just below
breakeven.

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