why did the stock markets not even flinch when we has the massive riots all over the USA this past late May - June?
WHY DID THE STOCK MARKETS NOT EVEN FLINCH WHEN WE HAD MASSIVE RIOTS IN ALL THE MAJOR US CITIES THIS LAST LATE SPRING? WHAT IF TRUMP OVERTURNS THE ELECTION? WILL WE HAVE "GEORGE FLOYD RIOTS X 10"?
- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
Corporations are unaffected by rioting since it is a local problem that has little to do with their business.
- AnonymousLv 72 months ago
Protests and the ones that get out of control are a fact of life in the US. The US isn't some sort of dictatorship where protests can potentially destabilize the government.
- ?Lv 62 months ago
The rioting, while large to its isolated places, meant nothing to large corporations that have their stock traded on the market. No business loss for them, so no money earned changed because of the riots.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I guess you are not an expert afterall.
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- DaveLv 52 months ago
The stock market is like a woman's emotions..............UP +DOWN, where it goes nobody knows..............well sometimes it can be predicted.