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Citi's slick announcement; WaMu wipeout; Hershey wrapper rapped; Fannie slap; Biovail's truckload of stupidity.
Apple's pie-eyed pumpers; Schumer's double identity, Lampert doubles down; Fed frolics; Verizon's open-field flip-flop.
E*Trade retreats; Lululemon's undersea adventure; Mozilo's timing; stay-at-home Starbucks; and a Saudi castle in the air.
Much has changed since 1987, but could a similar crash happen again?
Traders built on last Friday's rally following the Fed's discount rate cut, sending the major averages up.
S&P, Moody's and Fitch could be targets of class-action lawsuits as the subprime dust settles.
The major averages were battered and heading lower, until the Fed stepped in before Friday's open.
Today's discount-rate cut represents the practical options.
Injections of liquidity could prove more placebo than palliative.
Bear Stearns' balky call tops off a woeful week bombed by subprime.