Even in the aftermath of an exciting weekend of economic action, the Monday blues ended up prevailing on Wall Street today. Listening to the news on Sunday night, you would've heard about a "rescue" in Spain and thought that it somehow solved every single problem on the Continent. Yet after some initial buying, investors woke up and realized that plenty of other troubles are still in front of European governments and stock markets. As a result, the Dow Jones Industrials
If you've followed the Dow closely, you can probably guess that economically sensitive stocks were among those hit worst by the declines. Bank of America
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