Markets face a rough week, after FOMC meeting and Fed Chair comments and continued concerns surrounding the Brexit vote.
The central bank's latest economic projections showed some interesting changes.
Most people think Brexit would be bad for the economy, when in fact it is bullish. 
The MP, who died of her wounds, was a member of the pro-EU Labour party. 
The takeaway from the latest Fed spectacle may be to invest nothing long-term in the stock market. 
This latest pronouncement on rates begs the question.
The central bank's data-dependent approach has turned investors into day traders.
Here is the message that Yellen should send, this afternoon.
Read the footnotes, instead of the large print.
The market is in a state where it takes baby steps for days, prompting people to put on their all-time-high hats, before a single day wipes out a week's worth of gains. 

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