NERVOUS about inflation, tight money and the prospects of a business slowdown, Wall Street has more than enough to worry about these days. But last week the words and deeds of some very important people further unnerved investors. At the U.N., U Thant reported that fighting along the Suez Canal had erupted into "open warfare." It was the kind of news that Wall Street hates. In the U.S. Senate, Finance Committee Chairman Russell Long raised prospects of a long delay before action on extension of the surtax, and Wall Street was bothered even more. Most disturbing of all, Treasury Secretary David...

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