Updated from 7:06 a.m. EST
Now that was an ugly end to an ugly month. The
ended February down more than 10% at a 12-year low.
Of course, it started off with the announcement that the government will take a substantial stake in
, crushing the common shareholders.
That was side by side with news that the economy contracted at a 6.2% annual rate.
Will more banks be "nationalized"? Will things get worse before they get better for the economy? Is it priced in to the market?
With this in mind, we thought we'd take a look at some of the stocks people have been searching for on
, and see what
To read more,
In afternoon trading, shares of DuPont were recently trading at $17.44 (down 7% for the day) and shares of International Paper were recently trading at $5.12 (down 10% for the day).
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