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·美国非上帝
·应当对邪恶的支共高官执行”满门抄斩“
·孔子就一痞子落魄秀才
·香港为何不独立
·热汉是娘俺是孩
·必须暴力推翻支共
·国民党为何失败
·不自由毋宁死
·支共愚民洗脑确实成功:
·支那的经济
·给大汉民族的一封信
·支持台湾独立是每个台湾人的义务
·英汉对照:毛:不为人知的故事
·吴三桂翻译版:毛:不为人知的故事
·支共的内部争斗会危及其政权吗?
· 袁伟民在08奥运动员大会上的讲话(原创)
·去你妈的“爱国主义”(修订正式版)
·去你妈的“民族主义”
·去你妈的祖国
·去你妈的“中华民族”
·支那的制造业怎么了?(粪狗看看汉奸也还是爱国滴)
·诬我为日本人的必定是共特无疑
·东方红,太阳升,支那出了个刘翔。
·文革诗歌新编:放开我,妈妈!
·小姐颂
·咏支那博士
·简评李阳的“疯狂英语”
·害袁红冰老师者,其粉丝也
·简论袁红冰(兼答草版主)
· 答博讯”钟鼓楼“:儿不嫌母丑 ,子不嫌家贫
·有一种爱总是令人感动
·支那粪狗东京银座买春列传
·气吞万里如虎,生子当如陈水扁
·观支那"抗日"影视有感:日出东方,唯大日本帝国不败
·赞歌送给你我敬爱的汉奸-汉奸颂
·山姆大叔和支共的裤子就只有那么一条
·由兔兔幼稚想到的支那深层次问题
·与兔子的路线斗争
·原创:和夕阳兄---汉奸读"伟大的母爱".(文中颇多夕阳兄不喜用语,请谅) !!
·咏支那意淫之神
·说说支那的李熬,无良文人到劣等民族
·什么样的情况下支那才会彻底崩溃?
·原创:荒谬绝伦的支那猪的历史观
·原创:这个世界,又有谁不爱支那?
·2008.3.12三桂准确预言马太监将赢得选举
·是的,我毫不怀疑,整个文明世界终将匍匐在红色共产怪兽支那猪的脚下呻吟。
·小议俄罗斯
·奥运,令我气愤万分
· 温家宝这个老年痴呆患者
·三桂保守估计四川地震死亡实际至少30万人以上
·捐钱给支那的人都是脑子进水的
·支共一贯隐瞒地震预报,草菅人命
·三桂分析:这次四川地震是支共释放地下核武故意造成!@
·是到了讨论本次地震到底死多数人的时候了
· 支共匪首的“抗震救灾‘的荒谬言论
·魔鬼戴人皮面具:支共伪装尊重生命
·抗震救灾马上就要结束
·小议“多难兴邦”
·原创:本次四川地震真的无法预报吗?
·由最近北平男扑杀支那十数警察说开去
·我爱你,美国,我的母亲,我的祖国
·支共不会更改党名!
·北平奥运,熬你妈的晕。我日!
·社论:支那民主化必须从其体育崩溃开始
·向新疆共和国猛士致以最崇高敬意
·“情色海岸线”祭--点滴回忆
·悲观的看,我对美国的未来近乎绝望!
·三桂对西方自由世界纵容支共的粗浅认识
·此次全球金融危机或引发支那崩溃
·# 胡佳不可能获得诺贝尔和平奖
·保持支那的独裁专制完全符合美国的国家利益
·美国接收了太多劣等民族导致美国的衰败
·由于支那人的存在,堕落的世界必将受到神的惩罚
·讨论:我对美国的高国债有些不解
·关于二战,抛开意识形态的争执,我有2个基本观点
·三桂准确预测美国大选兼最新美国总统大选评论
·三桂版:美国国歌翻译(草稿,不断修改中)
·本次全球经济危机罪魁祸首终于找到了
·和博讯大名士Dj君谈心
·说说柴玲等“六四”英雄
·三桂对支那男生割女生头的分析
·热血汉奸论坛:汉奸美女香月专访吴三桂版主
·我觉得猪流感是支那猪弄的。
·答汉奸兄弟提问:支那猪怎么能攻打日本?
·那个yokohama,我看你就像头支那猪
·纪念64 20周年
·美国政府在给“中国人”政治避难方面是非常幼稚可笑的。
· 某种程度上说,64本质就是“中国”知识分子精英的一次“谋权运动”。
·给出“支那猪”的定义(征求意见稿)
·sb支那猪记者芮成钢无礼质问奥巴马
·96年台海危机,支共真的会攻打台湾吗?
·大肆攻击刘晓波先生的都是嫉妒的发狂的典型的支那人
·转帖:“天杀的 made in china"
·zt:野蛮愚蠢的支那文化
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三桂评注:此次Lehman Brothers的最终破产性保护和美林证券的惨遭收购或许会成为骆驼身上的稻草,最终导致美国的经济陷入全面衰退,由于美国市场的剧烈萎缩,导致支那猪对美贸易锐减,加上国际股市的近乎崩盘和美国楼市的几乎解体,支那猪的股市必将雪上加霜,由于美国进口支那猪产品锐减,导致支那制造业大量倒闭,产业工人失业严重,或许引发支那猪比美国严重十倍的住房次贷危机的大爆发,支那央行被迫印刷大量钞票,形成通货膨胀,支那各地骚乱,就此崩溃.

   可怜支那猪喜滋滋,甜丝丝的认为只有美国才有次贷危机,殊不知自己的次贷危机实际上比美国严重十倍,百倍不止,美国这个世界经济的发动机感冒,支那猪就要住院,美国住院,支那猪下病危通知,这是世界经济的铁律,那些拼命鼓吹,唱衰美国的支那猪这次必将遭到报应.

   汉奸们面对此次潜在的全球性性的经济危机,请缩紧裤腰带,减少现金支出,身在西方的汉奸们衣食住行应该是无忧的,为了支那猪的彻底崩溃,我祈祷此次全球性的经济危机来得跟猛烈一些.

   Epic Selloff: Dow Plummets 504 Points

   The Dow suffered its worst percentage loss in more than six years Monday as the markets were slammed by an historic weekend that left Wall Street without financial giants Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch.

   The momentous selloff came as insurance giant AIG lost more than half its value and crude oil futures plunged more than $5, closing below $100 a barrel for the first time since March.

   Today's Market

   The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 504.48 points, or 4.42% to 10917.51, the Standard & Poor’s 500 lost 58.17 points, or 4.65%, to 1193.53 and the Nasdaq Composite slid 81.36 points, or 3.60%, to 2179.91. The FOX 50 dropped 39.47 points, or 4.37%, to 863.37.

   The losses brought the Dow below the psychologically-important 11,000 threshold for the first time since July 16. It was the index's sixth-largest point decline ever and the biggest since the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

   The markets went into a tailspin in the final minutes of the day, reflecting anxiety over AIG (AIG: 4.76, -7.38, -60.79%), Tuesday's Federal Reserve policy meeting and an upcoming earnings statement from Goldman Sachs (GS: 135.50, -18.71, -12.13%). The VIX, a measure of market volatility, jumped 23.5% to 31.7 on Monday.

   “This is a very bad situation and people are justifiably concerned," said Michael James, senior equity trader at Wedbush Morgan Securities in Los Angeles. “Right now it's sell first and ask question later.”

   AIG (AIG: 4.76, -7.38, -60.79%) closed 61% lower as Wall Street continues to fear for the insurer's mortgage-related losses and liquidity situation. Bank of America (BAC: 26.55, -7.19, -21.31%) dove more than 20% after unveiling an unexpected $50 billion bid to acquire financial powerhouse Merrill Lynch (MER: 17.06, +0.01, +0.05%). AIG and BofA combined to account for almost 120 points of the selloff on the Dow. Coca-Cola (KO: 54.75, +0.25, +0.45%) was the lone Dow stock that managed to close in positive territory.

   The $639B Bankruptcy

   Wall Street emerged from the weekend in crisis mode and with a completely reshaped financial sector. At the forefront of the crisis is Lehman Brothers (LEH: 0.21, -3.44, -94.24%), which after 158 years in business filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it becomes the latest victim of the credit crisis. Valued at $639 billion, Lehman's is the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history -- easily surpassing the collapses of Enron and WorldCom combined.

   The demise of the nation's fourth-largest investment bank comes after potential suitors, namely Barclays (BCS: 21.48, -3.70, -14.69%) and Bank of America (BAC: 26.55, -7.19, -21.31%), pulled out of negotiations over the weekend. The federal government resisted calls to offer the same kind of financial assistance offered when JPMorgan Chase (JPM: 37.00, -4.17, -10.12%) bought Bear Stearns in a fire sale in March. Lehman, whose shares hit 52-week highs of $67 last November, closed at 21 cents on Monday.

   “The immediate response is this is a worst-case scenario” or very close to one, said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Jeffries & Co. “Lehman not being able to find a buyer is startling, if not scary.”

   While Lehman filed for bankruptcy protection with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York, the company's broker-dealer subsidiary and other parts of its business were not included in the filing. The bank said its customers may continue to trade while Lehman winds down its business.

   Lehman has reported a string of massive quarterly losses tied to the investment bank's bad real estate bets. Unable or unwilling to raise cash, Lehman's stock plunged 77% last week as Wall Street began to predict bank's demise.

   To help the surviving banks navigate the end of Lehman Brothers, a group of Wall Street banks created a $70 billion lending program to ease a credit shortage. Each of the ten banks, which include Citigroup (C: 15.24, -2.72, -15.14%) and Goldman Sachs (GS: 135.50, -18.71, -12.13%), committed $7 billion to the pool.

   "As awful as Lehman is, it's not enough to bring down the financial system. It's one step closer to cleansing the system but… the collateral damage will continue to cause a lot of pain through next year," said Peter Boockvar, equity strategist at Miller Tabak.

   Insurer in Turmoil

   AIG (AIG: 4.76, -7.38, -60.79%) quickly took over as Wall Street's latest punching bag, seeing its share plummet as it becomes the focal point of the financial crisis. Over the weekend, reports swirled that AIG plans to sell various assets to raise an additional $40 billion to avoid a potentially-fatal credit ratings downgrade. AIG has sought help from the Federal Reserve, the state of New York and even billionaire investor Warren Buffet, according to published reports.

   The selling didn't stop even after The Wall Street Journal reported the federal government has asked JPMorgan Chase (JPM: 37.00, -4.17, -10.12%) and Goldman Sachs to lead a $70 billion to $75 billion lending facility for AIG. The Federal Reserve has hired Morgan Stanley (MS: 32.19, -5.04, -13.53%) to review the central bank's options regarding AIG, Reuters reported.

   While Reuters reported that Buffett and AIG are no longer in talks, New York state signed off on a deal allowing the insurer to access $20 billion of its policyholders' assets as collateral. New York Gov. David Patterson said AIG is financially sound and that the plans amount to a bridge loan, not a "government bailout."

   AIG reportedly rejected a cash infusion from several private-equity firms due to unfavorable terms. AIG has lost $18 billion over the past three quarters as the insurer was slammed by mortgage-related losses.

   Merrill Lynch

   Seeking to avoid Lehman's fate, iconic brokerage house Merrill Lynch (MER: 17.06, +0.01, +0.05%) agreed to sell itself to Bank of America (BAC: 26.55, -7.19, -21.31%) for $29 per share in an all-stock transaction that shocked Wall Street. The deal, which is subject to shareholder and regulatory approval, presently values Merrill at $50 billion. Shares of Merrill soared during intraday trading but closed flat and off by $12 from the offer price.

   Merrill has also been slammed by bad bets in the housing market, posting $40 billion in write-downs and credit losses over the past year. The selling price represents a 70% premium from Merrill's close on Friday, though the company's shares plummeted 36% last week to its lowest level in nearly 12 years.

   The bears on Wall Street appeared ready to set their sights on Merrill following Lehman's demise. While CEO John Thain was unable to turn Merrill around and allow it to keep its independence, he was able to make sure shareholders weren't left completely empty-handed.

   Crude Diving

   Mostly overshadowed by the turmoil in the financial sector, crude oil plunged as much as $7 Monday morning, closing solidly below $100 a barrel for the first time since March. Crude closed down $5.47 to $95.71 a barrel.

   Oil prices have been in free-fall mode since eclipsing $147 a barrel in early July. Crude has been under assault from fears a global economic slowdown will further weaken demand.

   “There is a perception [that] the economic world crumbling around us [has] done more damage to demand than supply," Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading told FOX Business.

   Not surprisingly, energy stocks like Sunoco (SUN: 38.18, -9.67, -20.20%) and Valero (VLO: 31.19, -4.68, -13.04%) took a nosedive on Monday. The energy sector declined by almost 8% as a group.

   Another Pivotal Day

   Tuesday promises to be another huge day on Wall Street as the Federal Reserve is scheduled to make its announcement on interest rates. In a reversal, the markets are now betting there is a 60% chance the central bank will lower interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point.

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