Nick's Picks ... Bart's Charts

Rubenstein, Bart
December 1980
New Republic;12/20/80, Vol. 183 Issue 25, p15
The article provides an overview of the economic and financial condition of the U.S. stock market as of December 20, 1980. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shows the decline of investment value in the market. Despite the anticipated fall of securities and investment, the increase in price of bacon at grocery store prevailed. Strategic plan is implemented for the development of the economy.


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