The market doesn’t know how to gauge the Mideast war — what investors should consider

A building that collapsed following the fall of a rocket in south Tel Aviv, today October 8, 2023. 

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Tensions in the Mideast are as high as they’ve been in recent memory after Saturday’s invasion of Israel and the massacre of its citizens by the terrorist group Hamas. The deadliest attack on Israel in a half-century sparked volatility in financial markets and could have ripple effects for investors around the world depending on what happens in the coming days and weeks.

Source: CNBC