FORTUNE — There has been lots of talk today about the Summers Rally, with the stock markets spiking on word that former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has removed himself from consideration to be the next Federal Reserve chairman.
Things have cooled off a bit this afternoon, but the Dow still ended up 118 points.
So I was curious to see how Summers’ decision affected Andreessen Horowitz, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm where Summers serves as a special advisor.
But it seems that Andreessen Horowitz only holds stock in a single public company: Facebook (FB). It also has backed other companies that later went public — such as Fusion-io (FIO) and Zynga (ZNGA) — but has since exited those investments.
So how did Facebook do?
That’s a notable drop on this sort of day, particularly given that the broader NASDAQ was only off 0.12%.
So no Summers Rally for the one stock owned by the venture capital firm that Summers advises. On the other hand, Andreessen Horowitz doesn’t need to find a new man in Washington…
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