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STOCK MARKET TAKES RECORD FALL

East County News Service
 
March 17, 2020 (New York) -- Despite the federal government dropping interest rates to zero in an effort to stave off economic disaster amid worsening coronavirus news, after President Trump’s speech on Monday the stock market plummeted even lower.
 
The Dow Jones fell by nearly 3,000 points Monday, the worst drop in history.  
 
The Standard and Poors Index fell 12%, its worst day since “Black Monday” on October 19th, 1987.   
 
And the NASDAQ composite ended the day down 12.3%.

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STOCK MARKET FORECAST: MORNING AFTER 2016 ELECTION

 

By Jonathan Goetz

November 7, 2016 (New York) -- Major banks are making investment strategies for how to handle assets Wednesday, November 9, 2016.

JP Morgan and Barclays agree a Clinton win would bump the S&P 500 2-3%. In the event of a Trump win Barclays is prepared to buy back into the American stock market only after it has dropped 11-13%.


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MARKETING MATTERS: BUSINESS PLANNING—MORE CRITICAL THAN EVER

 

Tips and tricks for business success and growth
 
 
 
 
by Rama Beerfas
 
August 27, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) –  As I write this, the stock market is up.... sorry it's down... oops, I mean up.... no, it's down..... Yup, we are once again on that wacky roller coaster ride called, "The Economy."
While many businesses see this rock 'n' roll economy as a reason to cut back or eliminate marketing, I contend that is a knee-jerk response which will probably cause more problems than add to the bottom line.
 

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