Even smallest of news makes traders jump The market indexes again have turned on a dime, thanks to short-term traders who misinterpret -- and overreact to -- government data.
July 2, 2013 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Tim Mahoney in FOXNews With respect to the former congressman, I think that his situation is different from my situation,Mahoney said. "I don't want anyone to misinterpret that as me saying somehow I'm saying I'm more proud. I'm not saying that at all."
Sinead O Connor in Cincinnati Enquirer O'Connor said she "deliberately chose Scriptures that were very gentle. There's a lot that's beautiful about religion. It's just you get some ...... nutters that misinterpret it."
Amir Peretz in ABC News In his first public comment since Halutz resigned, Peretz warned Israel's enemies, "Do not misinterpret the army chief's decision to resign as a sign of weakness."