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Hannah Bell Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-06-08 03:13 AM
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19. that must be why markets are down 5% or more in asia, the middle east, & israel.
Edited on Mon Oct-06-08 03:14 AM by Hannah Bell
bad jobs reports everywhere!
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  -Wall Street was not that impressed by the Senate Bailout package, eh whistle  Oct-05-08 07:44 AM   #0 
  - I believe the market went down Friday on account of a bad unemployment report.  Lasher   Oct-05-08 07:51 AM   #1 
  - I think you are right - it was the worst jobs report in 5 years and it was not expected to be that  karynnj   Oct-05-08 08:39 AM   #7 
  - Oh I think the jobs drop was expected and we will see that continue  whistle   Oct-05-08 09:44 AM   #13 
  - It was NOT expected according to many business sorces  karynnj   Oct-05-08 02:35 PM   #16 
     - You are correct.  Lasher   Oct-06-08 02:50 AM   #17 
  - that must be why markets are down 5% or more in asia, the middle east, & israel.  Hannah Bell   Oct-06-08 03:13 AM   #19 
  - Perhaps, but read this article in The Nation which suggests a better  whistle   Oct-05-08 08:43 AM   #8 
  - Yeah. but it would have gone down farther without the $0.85T  pokerfan   Oct-06-08 03:11 AM   #18 
  - have you not noticed that the market typically goes UP with higher unemployment?  Hannah Bell   Oct-06-08 03:15 AM   #20 
     - No, I have not noticed that.  Lasher   Oct-06-08 03:44 AM   #23 
        - seeing the market mostly go up with bad jobs reports since the 80s.  Hannah Bell   Oct-06-08 04:05 AM   #25 
           - I see. Personal experience.  Lasher   Oct-06-08 08:56 AM   #26 
  - DOW Futures are trading down nearly 200 points.  tekisui   Oct-05-08 07:59 AM   #2 
  - That suggests that the Dow will fall below 10,000 eh  whistle   Oct-05-08 09:38 AM   #11 
  - They fired a couple of shots into the air as they made their getaway.  rucky   Oct-05-08 08:04 AM   #3 
  - You can't spend your way out of a Regulatory Problem  FreakinDJ   Oct-05-08 08:04 AM   #4 
  - "Buy on the rumors - sell on the news"  Douglas Carpenter   Oct-05-08 08:11 AM   #5 
  - Perhaps it is where the money will go...to Goldman Sachs!!!  mdavies013   Oct-05-08 08:34 AM   #6 
  - The first $700 billion will go directly to Wall Street speculators and gamblers  whistle   Oct-05-08 09:43 AM   #12 
  - I guess Goldman Sachs wants to be the new Bank of the United States.  Leopolds Ghost   Oct-05-08 09:44 AM   #14 
  - And guess what? It's going under 10,000 this week!!  TexasObserver   Oct-05-08 09:06 AM   #9 
     - I would not be surprised if it plunges to the low 9,000 range by the end of this week  whistle   Oct-05-08 09:37 AM   #10 
     - I don't expect it to drop that far that fast. But it may fall to 9000 before it hits bottom.  TexasObserver   Oct-05-08 11:52 AM   #15 
     - If you get out now, you'll miss the rebound  pokerfan   Oct-06-08 03:22 AM   #21 
     - The bailout..  girl gone mad   Oct-06-08 03:29 AM   #22 
        - No, it won't fix anything, except a few problems of a few firms.  TexasObserver   Oct-06-08 03:52 AM   #24 
 

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