Michael Patterson

US Stock Market Reporter, Bloomberg

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Reporter covering the US stock market for Bloomberg

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In a frantically arranged deal to avoid bankruptcy this weekend, the 85 year-old investment bank  Bear Stearns  was sold to  JP Morgan Chase  at a mere $2 a share with the  Federal…

Markets Volatile after Fed Moves

In a frantically arranged deal to avoid bankruptcy this weekend, the 85 year-old investment bank Bear Stearns was sold to JP Morgan Chase at a mere $2 a share with the Federal…

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