Markets Slip, Dollar Spikes, And Korean CDS Widen After North Korea Skirmish

Not surprisingly, a conflict on the Korean peninsula is doing little to make markets happy.

Futures are looking lower, though are up from their lowest levels of the morning.

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The dollar is higher, as are gold and silver.

And Korean CDS are widening.

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