Thursday, October 9, 2008
It's the End of the World as we know it but don't run for the hills, Curby's here!
If the $700 billion financial rescue plan is meant to restore investor confidence, so far it isn't working. The Dow Jones industrial average at one point fell as much as 800 points on Monday before paring those losses by the end of the day. The Dow ended down 369.88 points to 9,955.50 — the first time it has closed below the 10,000 mark in four years. Stocks in the U.S. have been down in the past four trading sessions and we are defiantly in for some tough financial times ahead. We're all going to have to get a lot more creative about how we live and Curbsidebooty is going to try very hard to find ways to save you money on everything from computers to your weekend entertainment. Just stick with us and we'll see you through this mess ~ Curby