Wall Street, unlike Washington, seems to be shrugging off any fear of the “fiscal cliff.” The cost of government lending and the Dow Jones industrial average have held steady since Election Day, and a measure of volalitity has stayed below 25 percent, illustrating that the markets are not worried that big problems are on the way after the Jan. 1 deadline. Read related article.

Source: Bloomberg | The Washington Post December 4, 2012
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