LCDX Falls, Rises With Stocks, Then Drops Further

The LCDX 9 was up about five basis points around midday Wednesday, according to a trader. It had dropped to as low as 92.20 on Tuesday, and traded in the 92.30 range until closing that day at 92.38.

  • 08 Feb 2008
The LCDX 9 was up about five basis points around midday Wednesday, according to a trader. It had dropped to as low as 92.20 on Tuesday, and traded in the 92.30 range until closing that day at 92.38. The drop was in line with the stock market downturn ...

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