After a stunning turn from being down over 380 points, the Dow finishes 401 up. Good news for investors, but still a shaky performance. Link
Amidst panics on Wall Street and a record day earlier this week, the Dow plunges 733 points, the second worst average loss ever. Link
Asian stocks climb 13% opening up Tuesday morning after a surge from the U.S. stock market earlier today. Really shows how much the worlds’ economy is backed by ours, despite the finances we may owe them 🙂 Link
For the first time since the Great Depression, the U.S. will buy shares in U.S. banks in exchange for stocks according to Secretary of Treasury Paulson who made a public statement earlier today. He claimed that the government will only take non voting shares, meaning they would have no authority in running the companies.
Dow has one of the worst weeks in history, dropping 18% in five days.
Stocks plummet 777.68 points today after congress fails to pass government bailout plan.
Stock markets crashed worldwide Monday, some drops as low as since 9/11 terrorist attacks. Read more below.