Is Obama Winning Back Wall Street?
With the best week on Wall Street in months, and speculation that Obama may be open to lowering the corporate tax rate, could Obama be winning back Wall Street? Fast Money talks to Daniel Clifton, Head of Policy Research at Strategas Research.
Check out his take on Obama's market friendliness, how to play the TALF and more, right here!
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