Stock markets finally rose with investors heartened by coordinated global intervention into the financial crisis and amid signs that the credit freeze was beginning to thaw a bit. [WSJ]

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  1. Jonbo298 says:

    But…we must blow $700 billion dollars to save it more!

    • gStein_*|bringing starpipe back|* says:

      @Jonbo298: that’s just what the US is spending… you forgot the $800bn the UK spent, and i have no clue how much the asian countries, or other europena nations, spent.

  2. starrion says:

    To understand the stock market, don’t study business. Study psychology focused on herd mentality. Investors are like the big flock of seagulls from Finding Nemo.

    BUY! BUY! BUY! BUY! BUY!

  3. Git Em SteveDave loves this guy--> says:

    I’m selling when it hits 9021.0

  4. ameyer says:

    Famous last words…
    I’m not saying it will happen, but the stock market could fall 656 points or more in about 53 minutes (and actually end up going down for at least the 9th straight trading session).

  5. Squeezer99 says:

    isn’t the stock market closed on columbus day?

  6. Trai_Dep says:

    So, if Paulson would have gone forward with The British Plan from the offset, instead of his cockamamy trust-me-with-$700B-to-buy-toxic-assets-with-no-review one, how many weeks wouldn’t have been wasted? How many trillions of dollars in evaporated market cap saved?
    Lords save us from people too arrogant to listen for better ideas not from our mouths…