End of Dot-Com Bubble | The Wall Street Journal, mahogany Framed Article Reprint
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End of Dot-Com Bubble | The Wall Street Journal, Framed Article Reprint, Oct. 10, 2002

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Framed reprint of The Wall Street Journal's coverage of what would become known as the end of the "Dot-Com Bubble."

The Wall Street Journal reported that day on the Dow Industrial's nearly 3% drop on Oct. 9, 2002. In hindsight that day would be the trough for the Nasdaq 100, bottoming out at 1114, down 78% from its peak in March 2000. There was some idea that day was a turning point, the Journal quoted a money manager: “There is a sense that the economy, globally and in the U.S., is recovering. It is a long process and we are on the verge of it.”

Headline: Bears Claw Markets Yet Again, As Dow Industrials Fall Nearly 3%

Original Publication Date: October 10, 2002

Page Article Appeared:  A1

Frame Colors: Choice of black, mahogany, simple black or contemporary

Window opening: 10 ½” X 13 ½”

Frame outer dimensions: 19” X 22” 

Please note: Framed items are individually crafted and take 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.