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World stocks fell today and the euro continued to slide as Europe's shaky government finances and concerns about slower growth in China made investors jittery, AP reported.
Absent the details of the proposal, the jittery mood is unlikely to abate on Wall Street or on Main Street.
Mick McCarthy's side were uncharacteristically jittery at the back, and their 27-goal strike force of Scotland star Chris Iwelumo and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake barely had a sniff as Paulo Souza's side collected the points.
Tokyo stocks remained volatile Tuesday, with the key Nikkei index swinging in and out of positive territory at the outset of trading as investors remained jittery over weakness in Japan's financial and corporate sector.
Gordon Brown tried to calm jittery Britain yesterday as he pledged to guarantee up to pounds 50,000 in savers' accounts.
However, make the most of it because temperatures are expected to dip later this week, the oil market is still volatile and retailers are still feeling jittery.
A JITTERY Wall Street advanced yesterday, reversing some of Friday's sharp losses as investors took a dismal new home sales report as a sign the Federal Reserve will lower rates this week.
NEW YORK -- Wall Street stumbled lower Monday as growing concerns over technology companies led jittery investors to pull money out of the market ahead of this week's earnings reports.
Jittery over the true value of the AREI securities, though, the Reckson board said no to Icahn and went back to the negotiating table with SL Green whose cash and stock offer is valued at roughly $4 billion.
The earthy-tasting drink packs the punch of coffee but won't make you jittery the way caffeine does.
The action, as clusters of dancers spread out and then paired up, could look like stormy discharges: whirls, jittery footwork, big leaps.
It's to their advantage to get jittery as often as they can.