drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Great And Glorious Economic News On The Malabar Front!!!

Stocks fluctuated Thursday as Wall Street weighed the prospects for the economy after IBM Corp. affirmed its profit forecast and investors hoped the government might take ownership stakes in banks to help stabilize the financial industry.

But declines in some blue chip names like General Motors Corp. weighed on the markets and hurt the Dow Jones industrial average. Broader market gauges were mixed.

Investors looked to recover from near-panic selling that cascaded through global markets in the past week. Stocks around the world moved mostly higher one day after the Federal Reserve and other leading central banks cut interest rates to help unclog the credit markets and stimulate the global economy.

[ cf Stocks fluctuate as economic worries dog investors ]
Now if ONLY the Evil Liberal Media would do it's patriotic DUTY and positvely report the positive news!!!

In related News, a GLORIOUS Mission Accomplished VICTORY, the down is over 8500 points!!!

Proof that Obama's involvement with Ayers is a defeatist UNAMERICANISM!!!

{ wow a seven percent solution is mixed down from the DOW, wonder where holmes and that needle went... }
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