stock market: Stock Market Crash? yes! - 10/09/08 12:11 PM
The Dow ended the day at its lows, finishing down 678.91, or 7.3 percent, at 8,579.19. T
he blue chips hadn't closed below 9,000 since June 30, 2003, and haven't closed at this level since May 21, 2003.
The Dow's 2,271-point tumble over the last seven sessions is its steepest seven-day point drop ever.
Its seven-day percentage decline of 20.9 percent is the largest since the seven-day plunge ending Oct. 26, 1987, when the Dow lost 23.8 percent.
That sell-off included Black Monday, the Oct. 19, 1987 market crash that saw the Dow fall nearly 23 percent in a single day.
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stock market: Time to Buy!! or sell ?? - 10/09/08 12:07 PM
Stocks plunged Thursday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average down 679 points -- more than 7 percent --
the stock markets are at their lowest level in five years.
Stocks took a nosedive after a major credit-rating agency said it might cut its rating on General Motors and Ford, further rattling investors already fretting over the impact of tight credit on the economy.
I know I cannot be too far off when I say, you have to consider buying at these levels.
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stock market: stocks up 200 on bailout news - 09/25/08 08:08 AM
Financial markets grew more upbeat Thursday as congressional leaders said they had struck an agreement in principle on the government's plan to revive the crippled financial system.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 200 points on optimism about the plan, and demand for short-term, safe-haven assets eased slightly as some investors bet that a deal would help unclog credit markets.
Stock market investors clearly were more upbeat after key lawmakers said they would present the $700 billion plan to the Bush administration and hoped for a vote by both houses of Congress within days. Still, some resistance
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stock market: how about some good news ? - 09/25/08 07:10 AM
Financial markets were strong today.
Politicians said they had struck an agreement in principle on the government's plan to revive the crippled financial system.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose as much as 300 points on optimism about the plan, and demand for short-term, safe-haven assets eased slightly as some investors bet that a deal would help unclog credit markets.
Stock market investors clearly were more upbeat after lawmakers said they would present the $700 billion plan to the Bush administration and hoped for a vote by both houses of Congress within days
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