Investors are pulling money out of the stock market this month, but analysts aren’t worried about a correction sending the U.S. markets lower, reports the Los Angeles Times.

The Dow Jones is coming off five straight losing sessions and the S &P 500 reached its lowest point in two months,  a result of elections in Greece and France that put austerity measures to reduce debt in doubt.

Trader say the move is because of consolidation and aren’t worried about a correction that will send markets plummeting 10 percent or more.

Read more at the Los Angeles Times.

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Amber Baillie
A Colorado native, Amber Baillie graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications. For over three years, she wrote for the Air Force Academy's official base newspaper and has written articles for Your Boulder and the Cheyenne and Woodmen Editions. For the Business Journal, she covers cyber, aerospace and defense, and nonprofit news.