British Parliament did not authorize Britain´s participation in Syria´s military strike, an attack is still in the cards as the US and France are pushing forward on the attack, thus pushing lower the sock market. The NDX 100 closed 0.63% lower as the SP-500 and Dow Jones had their worst monthly close since May 2012. On the economic front as Bloomberg mentions ” consumer confidence dropped in August from a six-year high asinterest rates rose and tensions in the Middle East intensified. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan final index of consumer sentiment for this month fell to 82.1, a four-month low, from 85.1 in July”.
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- British Parliament Stuns Prime Minister David Cameron, Votes Against Military Intervention In Syria (blackchristiannews.com)
- After British Vote on Syria: Germany rules out role in war on Damascus (syrianews.cc)