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Early afternoon on Tuesday, markets plunged after Associated Press Twitter account was hacked, posting a fake 140 character tweet that described a terror attack, consisting of two explosions at the White House with injuries to President Barrack Obama. The AP released the following statement at 1:12 pm: "The AP twitter account has been hacked. The tweet about an attack at the White House is false. We will advise more as soon as possible." Prior to the fake tweet, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up over 135 points before plunging to a loss of nearly 12 points within minutes, with the release of the fake post. With the release of the fake tweet, the Dow plunged by over 150 points but recovered in a time span of nearly 5 minutes. Other markets sank on the fake posting as well but regained most of the losses, shortly there after. The reaction of the markets on the negative news shows just how vulnerable we are as humans and the quick rebound shows just how resilient, we really are.

Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, and Senator David Vitter, Republican of Louisiana provided details about a bill they plan to introduce to limit too-big-to-fail banks. The bill includes a provision that would require large financial institutions to calculate their capital in a simpler way. The legislation would focus on tangible equity rather than risk-weighted systems that are currently included in a global agreement on bank capital and, would set minimum capital requirements for a handful of big banks with over $500 billion in assets. Additionally, the bill will seek to ensure that "ancillary" activities at large financial institutions will be cut off from taxpayer-backed safety nets, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. deposit insurance and the Federal Reserve's discount window. The bill was announced at an American Banker forum on Tuesday, to a group of bank lobbyists, academics and analysts.

It was reported on Tuesday that MF Global Trustee Louis Freeh filed a lawsuit in bankruptcy court against former Chief Executive Jon Corzine, Bradley I. Abelow former Chief Operating Officer and Henri J. Steenkamp former Chief Financial Officer. The lawsuit alleges "acts and omissions" against the firm's officers and says the actions "culminated in the business collapse of the company and the bankruptcies of the debtors." At the time of bankruptcy there remained $1.6 billion in missing funds of which the trustee believes will be restored.

Markit reported the U.S. flash manufacturing purchasing managers index fell to a 52.0 reading in April from 54.6 in March, striking the lowest reading in six months. New orders slowed in April with employment expanding at a slower rate. Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit, noted that the drop in the U.S. PMI was the sharpest since June 2010. The decline "raises concerns that the U.S. manufacturing expansion is losing momentum rapidly as businesses and households worry about the impact of tax hikes and government spending cuts," Williamson said.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency said Tuesday that during February, U.S. home prices rose by a seasonally adjusted basis of 0.7%. The FHFA index is calculated by using the purchase price of houses whose mortgages have been sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Home prices were up 7.1%, in the 12 months ended in February and the index has not declined in any month since January 2102.

The U.S. Department of Commerce reported Tuesday that during March, sales of new single-family homes rose 1.5%, a signal that the housing market continues to gain strength. By region: in the Northeast new home sales rose by 21%; in the South new home sales rose 19%; in the West new home sales fell 21% and in the Midwest new home sales fell 12%. During March, median new home sales price fell 6.8% for the largest drop since February 2011. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of new-home sales rose to 417,000 in March from 411,000 in February.
 

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