I was amused this morning while listening to the news, since they talked about stock markets diving and worries about AIG being the next domino to fall, then tried to reassure us all that it’s not as bad as it looks. Which is it? Time to panic or time to be calm and stay the course?
Supposedly, the majority of people who lose their jobs at Lehman Brothers or Merrill Lynch can go elsewhere on Wall Street. That’s not so bad if it’s true, but it still has to be quite an upheaval in all of those affected households.
I’m certainly no financial expert, but I appreciate what someone said on NPR. If you haven’t speculated in houses in
Another alleged expert on financial matters said the rest of the world is getting worried because the
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