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Jim Cramer, Doug Kass, Stephanie Link and the rest of Real Money offer their stock and bond market predictions for 2013.
Technical recession or actual recession or neither or both, sometimes you have to ask if it's good or bad.
German growth slumps, changing very little about its will to help out the periphery countries.
Suddenly all is well because the markets aren't moving back and forth by 3%.
Almost every elected and appointed official likes to talk about how he or she is a big believer in the markets.
Societe Generale is tumbling again and investors are searching for a reason.
France is next up on the downgrade dance floor, but will it matter?
How do you measure earnings for a London retailer when a franchise burns on the news?
European markets capitulated late morning as ECB bond buying had little effect on stocks.
Everyone cancels their vacations just in time to leave early Friday for the weekend.