After our miserable performance, which set the stock market back to its early 97, global markets fell again. Hong Kong and South Korea fell about 3%. And if you thought ’97 was bad, Japan is at a 26-year low, so a little perspective helps make things look a little brighter.
For what it’s worth, for us to fall to a 26-year low on the S&P, we’d need to drop back to about 151.
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