According to The Wall Street Journal, Bear Stearns (BSC), already forced to shut two hedge funds that bet heavily on the risky subprime mortgage market, is now facing big losses in a third fund that has roughly $900 million in mortgage investments.
Dylan Ratiagn asks the guys if the news will this ripple through the market?
Guy Adami says traders will sell first and ask questions later.
Eric Bolling also expects to see weakness at the opening bell as a result.
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