Friday, June 27, 2008

US Market has worse June since 1930

CORRECT: U.S. stocks sink; GM falls nearly 11%

Brokers no longer 'attractive,' says Goldman Sachs; oil tops $140 a barrel

By Kate Gibson, MarketWatch
Last update: 6:57 p.m. EDT June 26, 2008
Updating an earlier version to correct the number of trading sessions left in June.
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks fell sharply Thursday with the blue-chip index enduring its worst June so far since 1930, and plunging to its lowest finish since Sept. 11, 2006, after getting slammed hard as crude soared to new highs and Goldman Sachs disparaged U.S. brokers and advised selling General Motors Corp.
, and plunging to its lowest finish since Sept. 11, 2006, after getting slammed hard as crude soared to new highs and Goldman Sachs disparaged U.S. brokers and advised selling General Motors Corp....more...

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