9:00am (EST) 

But you see, it’s not me, it’s not my family

In your head, in your head they are fighting

With their tanks and their bombs

And their bombs and their guns

In your head, in your head, they are crying


In your head, in your head

Zombie, zombie, zombie

Hey, hey, hey

What’s in your head, in your head

Zombie, zombie, zombie


We had a hard time picking our Friday morning office theme song before deciding on the Cranberries.  Couldn’t Get It Right by the Climax Blues Band was a very close second. 

The market sent the zombies a message on Thursday that if some sort of deal isn’t reached by Monday night at 11:59pm, there could be a nasty correction forthcoming.  The bears were able to crack another layer of support before the zombies woke up and decided to come to work, but not until Sunday night.  The market bounced off its lows on the afternoon news to trade back into positive territory before settling below the flat line by the closing bell. 


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