House Democrats may be hailing the passage of a massive economic-stimulus bill, but Wall Street's reaction hasn't nearly as cheerful.
With the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan now headed to the Senate for debate, markets are showing ample displeasure with the bill in its current form. The economic recovery plan passed muster in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 244-188 Wednesday evening, with 177 Republicans unanimous in their opposition to the package -- despite President Barack Obama's urging of bipartisan support.
Following the House's quick passage of the $819 billion recovery plan, which came just eight days after Obama's inauguration, Democrats trumpeted the benefits the package will bring to the U.S. economy.
"This legislation will go a long way toward addressing