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Bull and Bear figuresU.S. equity markets opened mixed this morning, but some initial enthusiasm wore off by mid-morning and stocks moved slightly lower throughout the day. In Europe, unemployment rose more than expected (more coverage here) and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said that the eurozone crisis would begin to abate in the second half of next year (more coverage here). In Asia, Japan kicked out another $11 billion in stimulus and India reported lower-than-expected GDP growth. In the U.S., the Chicago PMI came in lower than expected (more coverage here) and the report on personal income and spending was also a disappointment (more coverage here). In the afternoon, House Speaker John Boehner said that negotiations on the fiscal cliff are “almost nowhere.” That depressed equities even more, although traders pulled out an essentially flat close.

The U.S. dollar index fell today, now down 0.07% at 80.149. The…

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