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1. Stocks End Year With Post-Election BoostСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
After languishing for much of the year, the stock market took off in November following a decisive end to the presidential election and closed out 2004 with solid gains.

2. Energy Industry Sell-Off Shapes the DayСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Usually when oil prices fall, Wall Street celebrates, but today oil prices fell so much they knocked down the stocks of oil companies and threw the entire market for a loss.

3. S&P-500 Reaches Post-9/11 High PointСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Stock market investors celebrated another drop in oil prices on Thursday, driving the broad Standard & Poor's 500-stock index to its highest point since Sept. 11, 2001, and pushing the blue chip Dow Jones industrial average back into positive territory for the year.

4. Stocks Finish Strong On Election, EarningsСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Money flooded back into stocks this week as investors embraced a swift end to the presidential election, strong corporate earnings and good economic news.

5. Bush, Retailers Drop in Oil Prices Give Markets BoostСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Wall Street continued its post-election rally Thursday as oil prices dropped by more than $2 a barrel and President Bush outlined plans for a second term.

6. Markets RallyСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Stocks staged a modest rally Wednesday as Wall Street embraced President Bush's reelection and cheered the absence of a prolonged legal fight for the White House.

7. Sox Are Up? Sell!Ср., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Think you've got a bead on who will win the World Series that begins tonight between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals? Prepared to put your money where your mouth is?
-The Washington Post

8. Stocks Begin Quarter With Solid GainsСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 -- Stocks kicked off the fourth quarter with a solid rally on Friday as investors bet the market would shake off continued uncertainty about the election, the war in Iraq and high energy prices to stage its traditional fourth-quarter surge.

9. Wall Street Looks to VotersСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
The stock market went whisper quiet this week as Republicans convened in Madison Square Garden to renominate George W. Bush for president.

10. On Wall Street, Business as UsualСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Wall Street firms had tighter security but opened as usual Monday morning after warnings were reported Sunday of a possible al Qaeda strike against targets in the financial industry.

11. On Wall Street, Business as UsualСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Wall Street firms on Sunday began increasing already tight security but planned to open as usual this morning after warnings of a possible al Qaeda strike against targets in the financial industry.

12. Dow Drops Below 10,000Ср., 05 янв. 2005[−]
The Dow Jones industrial average plunged past the dreaded 10,000 mark today after four of the most famous names in American business turned in disappointing performances for the second quarter.

13. Stocks Finish Short Week on High NoteСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Wall Street finished a short week on a high note Thursday as slight improvements in the geopolitical environment and continued solid economic signals helped extend a market rally into its third week.

14. Stocks Finish Day Flat But Post Weekly GainsСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Stocks finished little changed Friday in very light post-Thanksgiving trading, as the market struggled to find direction in an absence of economic news.

15. Stocks Fall On Signs of Economic WeaknessСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Prices tumbled Tuesday after economic data indicated that consumers remain anxious about future job growth and a report showed a slump in manufacturing.

16. Running With the BullsСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Despite the sluggish economy, the market is heating up again, and several indicators suggest small investors are helping drive the advance.

17. Stocks Slip, But Dow Posts Two-Month Record GainСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Stock prices slipped a little in Friday's truncated trading sessions, but not enough to mess up one of Wall Street's best two-month rallies in years.

18. Markets Rebound, but Volatility Still a WorryСр., 05 янв. 2005[−]
The biggest one-day rally in nearly 15 years came as Congress moved toward corporate reform, fears of a banking crisis evaporated and many investors concluded it was time to buy.

19. Dow Plunges Below 9000Ср., 05 янв. 2005[−]
Shrugging off President Bush's attempt to restore confidence, investors dumped stocks again Wednesday, driving the Dow Jones industrial average down 3.1 percent and pushing the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes to five-year lows.

20. If Not Stocks, Then What?Ср., 05 янв. 2005[−]
While the best place for long-term investors to put their money remains a diversified stock portfolio, in these frightening times many investors are exploring alternatives, such as bonds, precious metals and real estate.


 
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