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Dow has gone into a bear market.
The Dow is down more than 300 points at one point in the past week.
The S&P 500 is down almost 1,000 points.
The Nasdaq is down 6,000.
The S&s down is almost identical to the S&ing down that happened in 2008 when the housing market imploded and stocks went into the ground.
The Dow, which is now down more and more every day, has already gone from a bubble to a correction.
The Dow is up more than 400 points this week.
That’s the biggest one-day increase since May 19, 2008.
That was when the market plunged by more than 20 per cent, and the Dow was still hovering near 20,000 at the time.
The market has since bounced back.
The index is up 2,000 per cent this year.
But the stock market is still struggling.
And that’s because the Dow has fallen to an all-time low.
A lot of people say the Dow is a bubble, but that’s not the case.
It’s a correction, said Tim Maughan, who is a market strategist at Morgan Stanley.
The big question is what will happen to stocks after the correction?
There are signs the stock markets are heading for a rebound.
The stock market rose more than 3 per cent in the second quarter.
And the Dow, up more recently, has risen more than 1,500 per cent.
The Nasdaq has been on a tear.
The company has gained more than 10 per cent a year.
That has helped drive the index up by nearly a third.
But it is now headed back down to the lows it reached in the last crisis.
Maughan says the Dow may continue to go up for some time, but it will be a long time before the Nasdaq returns to its 2008 levels.
He says that could happen when the economy recovers.
The stock market isn’t the only thing to watch after the Dow.
Canada’s economy is also in a bearish mode.
Canada was the world’s fastest growing economy in 2015, according to data released Monday.
The country was also a top performer last year, and a record for a single-year.
But there are some signs that the Canadian economy is heading in the right direction.
The economy grew more than 2 per cent last year and now is projected to grow at around 1.8 per cent for the year.
The Bank of Canada recently cut its forecast for the economy.
The economy is showing signs of getting back on track, says economist Paul Ashworth, who has been writing about Canada’s economic outlook for years.
He says the country is doing well, but there is still work to be done.
The economic recovery is showing up in the number of jobs that have been created since the last recession, he said.
And Canada is still behind the United States, which has nearly 3 million more jobs than Canada.
The government has been trying to get back to a surplus.
But there are signs that it’s not working as well as it should.
The unemployment rate in Canada is the highest in the developed world.
And while the economy is doing better, there is also an economy-wide slowdown in manufacturing, which will have a huge impact on how much money Canadians can spend.
The U.S. is facing a recession that has hit the U.K. as well.
The British economy is down about 6 per cent since the start of the year, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.
Ashworth says there is some hope that the British economy will get back on its feet in the coming months.
But, he warns, the economy can’t catch up to the United Kingdom in the next few years.
The Canadian economy, however, has a lot of potential to bounce back, he says.
The United States and Canada are the biggest economies in the world, and they have huge markets, and there are huge financial markets.
There is also a lot that Canada has to do to improve its competitiveness.
So I think that there is a lot to be optimistic about.