SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Local stock-watchers are scratching their heads over what’s happening on Wall Street.

WWJ’s Mike Campbell reports that the uncertainty in the financial markets and the financial world is raising a lot of concern, not just about investments, but also about perception of the U.S. and also who is to blame for all this. Following are some of the comments from WWJ listeners:

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“It’s a shame; it’s a shame to see … I mean the U.S. has come to a turning point that, I mean the world is … just taken aback by.”

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“They really need to stop fighting and just get along.”

“One, I’m concerned about this Tea Party movement; number one it seems to be totally unyielding.”

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That seems to be a big concern of a lot of people: what to do about it and who is to blame.