Oliver Renick of Bloomberg News quotes Joe Franklin, president of Franklin Wealth Management, in an article about the current actions of the market. While the S&P 500 Index halted a five-day rally, small-cap shares rose to the highest level since July, as gains among phone and consumer stocks offset losses in utilities and concern rises over growth slowing in Europe. “Europe is doing everything it can to rev up their economies but the problem with Europe is it’s so fractured that you can’t get them to work together,” he says.
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MSN Money, November 12, 2014