Japanese Stocks Slide, As S&P Shocker Continues To Reverberate

The serious markets — currency, bonds, etc. — are largely ignoring the S&P downgrade.

But stocks still feel it.

First up on Tuesday, Japan, which opened 1.1%, but has come back a bit.


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