NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The markets coughed up moderate gains and closed on the lows of the day from news of a potential U.S. intervention in Syria.Josh Brown said on CNBC's "Fast Money" TV show that equities and bonds have been highly correlated, (0.88), over the past 30 days, until Monday's session. When Secretary of Defense John Kerry was speaking about possible action in Syria, bonds rocketed higher while stocks fell to session lows. Brown added this bears watching.
'Fast Money' Recap: Syria, Stocks and the Fed
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