THE ANGRY MARKET - Financial markets are fragile things, depending on confidence that aceumulates slowly but can be shattered suddenly. That confidence has collapsed in America, hit first by September 11, then by a cascade of corporate scandals beginning with Enron. But investors are now repricing stocks to reflect a more honest picture of earnings, options, and the future. Ultimately, that will ...
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