Entering 2009, hopes for a market rebound

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In 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 33.8 percent, the most since 1931. In total, about $7 trillion of shareholders’ wealth was lost.

As the new year dawns, analysts and investors are focusing on what the incoming Obama administration and the Federal Reserve will do to revive the economy.

Click here for The New York Times article on the issue.

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