October 2008
MondayMorning;10/13/2008, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p3
The article focuses on the bad condition of the stock market in the U.S. According to the article, the market stocks in the country has downsloped and cites how it sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its biggest declension. It highlights how the economic crisis in the country affects the fall down of the stock market.


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