Yesterday's Federal Reserve announcement and news conference turned out to be largely a non-event, especially for those looking for innovative proposals to jump-start a flagging economy. After trying to rebound from yesterday's losses, the stock market this morning gave up its gains and turned lower, as a host of news appeared to confirm worries about economic growth around the world. Although Spain managed to get some much-needed sovereign debt auctioned off, weakness in the manufacturing sectors in both China and Germany appear troubling. By 10:45 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrials
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