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October generated one of the best returns of any single month, with the S&P 500 up 9.1 percent, but one of the key drivers — what was thought to be progress in the eurozone bailout — is increasingly called into question.
With a number of countries involved in the process, I continue to expect some horse trading as the negotiations heat up and not all will get exactly what they hope for. The real question is whether the proposed solution will be sufficient.