Surprises in Store for 2004
Editor's Note: This column is a special bonus for TheStreet.com readers, written by Doug Kass. This piece originally appeared on Street Insight on Nov. 24, and RealMoney Nov. 26. To sign up for Street Insight, where you can read Doug's commentary regularly, please
A year ago, I
We saw a 3.25% yield on the 10-year Treasury note.
There was further deterioration in
(TWX) subscriber base, and Steve Case was ousted.
The European economy was moribund during 2003's first half.
The New Jersey Nets basketball team enjoyed surprising success.
(GE) had lower earnings guidance.
Democratic aspirant Al Gore bowed out of the presidential race.
There were no major terrorist acts in the U.S.
U.N. inspectors found no evidence of a weapon buildup in Iraq.
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