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'Bannon Bounce' Fails To Correct 'Cohn Crash' As Nasdaq Drops For 4th Straight Week

Well that was a week... Roller-coaster day for stocks - 2 overnight pump efforts failed; stocks sank into and beyond the US cash open, then went bid as Bannon headlines hit... only to slide as reality struck that with Bannon gone, the probability of war is considerably higher...and an ugly close into OPEX All major cash indices close lower today... as it appears no one wants to hold risk into the weekend.
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