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Summary.     Click for More > World markets continue to slide  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling US banks make shock status switch Dow closed down 777 points Bailout vote fails to lift markets   Dow Jones hits 5-year low  The Dow Jones fell below 10,000 points for the first time since 2004 as U.S. stocks followed Europe and Asia with heavy losses Wall St. falls after early gains Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000 US shares plunge to five-year low Recession fears hit stock markets Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard ...
Heath Ledger found dead Giants win Super Bowl over Patriots McCain surges ahead in primaries Scandal-hit governor resigns Pope offers prayer at Ground Zero Oil soars to new record over $135 Oil price soars as US woes mount Oil price surges above $143 a barrel Oil price per barrel reached $147.02  OPEC's president predicted prices may reach $170 by the Northern summer Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
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B. 01-22 Heath Ledger found dead Manhattan
C. 03-12 Scandal-hit governor resigns New York
3. 05-22 Oil soars to new record over $135 New York
4. 06-06 Oil price soars as US woes mount New York
5. 07-11 Oil price per barrel reached $147.02 New York
09-14 Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy New York
H. 09-16 World markets continue to slide New York
I. 10-07 Dow Jones hits 5-year low New York





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New York edged Green Bay 23-20 in OT Market panic as world stocks slump Heath Ledger found dead   Hollywood actor was found unconscious at the apartment at a residence in Manhattan Giants win Super Bowl over Patriots  In one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history, New York shattered the New England Patriots' unbeaten season 17-14   McCain surges ahead in primaries  John McCain has forged ahead in his bid to win the Republican nomination, winning some major primaries Actor Ledger 'died of overdose' W. Klitschko wins unification bout Scandal-hit governor 'sorry' Scandal-hit governor resigns   Eliot Spitzer has resigned, after being linked to a prostitution ring. Flanked by his wife, he told he could not allow 'private failings' to disrupt public work Gold hits $1,000 for first time Bear Stearns gets emergency funds JPMorgan to acquire Bear Stearns Markets slump on banking worries Pope promotes friendship at synagogue Crude hits record $117 per barrel   Pope offers prayer at Ground Zero   Benedict XVI has visited the scene of the 11 September 2001 attacks on Twin Towers, at the end of a six-day tour of the US Stadium Mass ends Pope's US visit Oil soars to new record over $135  The price of oil is more than twice what it cost a year ago. The latest surge was driven by fallen US supplies of crude Jamaica's Bolt is world's fastest man Oil price soars as US woes mount  The price of oil has made a record jump to nearly $139 a barrel, gaining more than $10 - its biggest-ever one-day rise Oil price surges above $143 a barrel  Light, sweet crude for August delivery rose $3.31 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, by midday in Europe Oil price per barrel reached $147.02


January 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jan.11  Jones is sentenced to six months
Jan.13  Giants beat Cowboys, 21-17
Jan.15  Citigroup's $9.8bn sub-prime loss
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March 2008 ... more > Top ^
Mar.6  Bicyclist sought in Times Square bombing
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Mar.11  Deadline to quit for Governor Spitzer
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Mar.15  Deadly crane collapse
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Mar.23  Sarkozy's ex-wife prepares to wed


April 2008 ... more > Top ^
Apr.7  NY blocks mayor's congestion plan
Apr.18
 Tower plans found in rubbish
Apr.19  Pope tells of youth under Nazis
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Apr.25  Police acquitted over shooting


May 2008 ... more > Top ^
May.13  Freud work sets new world record
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May.30  Chaos as crane collapses


June 2008 ... more > Top ^
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Jun.6  Oil prices soar above $134 a barrel
 
Jun.10  US net firms to block child porn
Jun.16  Oil at record near $140 a barrel
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July 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jul.11  
  OPEC's president predicted prices may reach $170 by the Northern summer
Jul.17  James Brown's 'relics' auctioned

August 2008 ... more > Top ^
Aug.6  Packers to send Favre to New York Aug.21  Oil price jumps above $121 a barrel Aug.28  #1 Ivanovic stunned by Coin at U.S. Open Aug.30  Top seed Nadal overpowers Troicki

September 2008 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3  Safina powers through to U.S. Open semis Sep.5  Djokovic exacts revenge on Roddick Serena, Jankovic advance to final Sep.6 Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic Sep.7 Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal Serena Williams wins U.S. Open Sep.8     Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open  Roger Federer easily beat Andy Murray 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 to win his fifth consecutive U.S. Open and 13th Grand Slam title Sep.11 US marks seventh 9/11 anniversary Sep.14 Barclays quits Lehman sale talks   Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
Sep.16   World markets continue to slide
  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes.    UK's FTSE 100 shedding 3.2%. Central banks around the globe have pumped funds into the markets, including $5...
Sep.17 Investors edgy as US stocks fall   Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling   US stocks have plunged to a 3-year low amid continuing financial volatility and despite the bailout of the insurance giant AIG Sep.21   US banks make shock status switch  Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors  Yankee Stadium hosts final game Sep.22  Morgan Stanley sells stake to Mitsubishi Sep.24  Zardari tells Palin she's 'gorgeous' Sep.29   Dow closed down 777 points  The stock market immediately dipped after it became apparent that the $700 billion bailout package would fail Sep.30  U.S. stocks rebound after bailout failure

October 2008 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2     Bailout vote fails to lift markets   The Dow Jones had slipped 1.74 percent by 10 a.m. while the Nasdaq was 1.97 percent under its opening price Oct.3 Stocks slide ahead of crucial bailout vote
Oct.7     Dow Jones hits 5-year low
  The Dow Jones fell below 10,000 points for the first time since 2004 as U.S. stocks followed Europe and Asia with heavy losses.    World stock markets have plunged after government bank bail-o...
Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan Oct.9   Wall St. falls after early gains  Trading began optimistically after earlier gains in Europe before slipping back into the red amid continuing economic turmoil. Oct.10  Dow bounces after opening plunge Oct.13 Dow increases by 935 points or 11.1% Oct.23  Term limit extended to 3 4-year terms

November 2008 ... more > Top ^
Nov.13 Bush defends free-market system
Nov.17   Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000  The bank has announced plans for new job cuts, on top of 23,000 cuts already made this year It's about 20% of its staff Nov.19   US shares plunge to five-year low  Wall Street plunged more than 5% to its lowest level in over five years on rising economic worries Nov.20   Recession fears hit stock markets  World shares have fallen amid concerns that the economy will enter a protracted downturn. The Dow Jones fell 2.3% in early trade Nov.21  Uncertainty sends Citigroup lower  US shares up on 'Treasury choice' Gadhafi's son praises Libya-U.S. relations Nov.23   Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline  The government outlined a massive rescue package that would inject another $20 billion into the banking giant, shares of which have plunged

December 2008 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6  Von Bulow dies after 28-year coma Dec.13     Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'
  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff.    Madoff ran a fund that paid annual interest of about 10% but prosecutors say it was, in effect, similar to a pyrami...
Dec.17 Madoff under curfew on $10m bail Dec.22  Sopranos actor cleared of murder Dec.23  Madoff investor commits suicide Dec.24 Bush revokes developer's pardon


Market panic as world stocks slump Heath Ledger found dead   Hollywood actor was found unconscious at the apartment at a residence in Manhattan Actor Ledger 'died of overdose' Gold hits $1,000 for first time Bear Stearns gets emergency funds JPMorgan to acquire Bear Stearns Markets slump on banking worries Crude hits record $117 per barrel Oil soars to new record over $135  The price of oil is more than twice what it cost a year ago. The latest surge was driven by fallen US supplies of crude Oil price soars as US woes mount  The price of oil has made a record jump to nearly $139 a barrel, gaining more than $10 - its biggest-ever one-day rise Oil price surges above $143 a barrel  Light, sweet crude for August delivery rose $3.31 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, by midday in Europe Oil price per barrel reached $147.02




New York, 2008 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Mar.15  Deadly crane collapse
May.30  Chaos as crane collapses
Dec.23  Madoff investor commits suicide




New York, 2008 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2008
Jan.15  Citigroup's $9.8bn sub-prime loss
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Apr.18  Tower plans found in rubbish
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May.13  Freud work sets new world record
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Jun.6  Oil prices soar above $134 a barrel
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Jun.16  Oil at record near $140 a barrel
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  OPEC's president predicted prices may reach $170 by the Northern summer
Jul.17  James Brown's 'relics' auctioned Aug.21  Oil price jumps above $121 a barrel Sep.14 Barclays quits Lehman sale talks
Sep.14 Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
Sep.16 World markets continue to slide
  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes.    UK's FTSE 100 shedding 3.2%. Central banks around the globe have pumped funds into the markets, including $5...
Sep.17 Investors edgy as US stocks fall Sep.17 Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling   US stocks have plunged to a 3-year low amid continuing financial volatility and despite the bailout of the insurance giant AIG Sep.21 US banks make shock status switch  Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors Sep.22  Morgan Stanley sells stake to Mitsubishi Sep.29 Dow closed down 777 points  The stock market immediately dipped after it became apparent that the $700 billion bailout package would fail Sep.30  U.S. stocks rebound after bailout failure Oct.2   Bailout vote fails to lift markets   The Dow Jones had slipped 1.74 percent by 10 a.m. while the Nasdaq was 1.97 percent under its opening price Oct.3 Stocks slide ahead of crucial bailout vote Oct.7   Dow Jones hits 5-year low
  The Dow Jones fell below 10,000 points for the first time since 2004 as U.S. stocks followed Europe and Asia with heavy losses.    World stock markets have plunged after government bank bail-o...
Oct.7 Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan Oct.9 Wall St. falls after early gains  Trading began optimistically after earlier gains in Europe before slipping back into the red amid continuing economic turmoil. Oct.10  Dow bounces after opening plunge Oct.13 Dow increases by 935 points or 11.1% Nov.13 Bush defends free-market system Nov.17 Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000  The bank has announced plans for new job cuts, on top of 23,000 cuts already made this year It's about 20% of its staff Nov.19 US shares plunge to five-year low  Wall Street plunged more than 5% to its lowest level in over five years on rising economic worries Nov.20 Recession fears hit stock markets
  World shares have fallen amid concerns that the economy will enter a protracted downturn. The Dow Jones fell 2.3% in early trade Nov.21  Uncertainty sends Citigroup lower Nov.21  US shares up on 'Treasury choice' Nov.23 Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline  The government outlined a massive rescue package that would inject another $20 billion into the banking giant, shares of which have plunged Dec.13   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'
  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff.    Madoff ran a fund that paid annual interest of about 10% but prosecutors say it was, in effect, similar to a pyrami...
Dec.17 Madoff under curfew on $10m bail Dec.22  Sopranos actor cleared of murder Dec.23  Madoff investor commits suicide



New York, 2008 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.11  Jones is sentenced to six months Jan.13  Giants beat Cowboys, 21-17 Jan.20 New York edged Green Bay 23-20 in OT
Feb.3 Giants win Super Bowl over Patriots  In one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history, New York shattered the New England Patriots' unbeaten season 17-14 Feb.23 W. Klitschko wins unification bout Jun.1 Jamaica's Bolt is world's fastest man Aug.6  Packers to send Favre to New York Aug.28  #1 Ivanovic stunned by Coin at U.S. Open Aug.30  Top seed Nadal overpowers Troicki Sep.3  Safina powers through to U.S. Open semis Sep.5  Djokovic exacts revenge on Roddick Sep.5 Serena, Jankovic advance to final Sep.6 Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic Sep.7 Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal Sep.7 Serena Williams wins U.S. Open Sep.8   Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open  Roger Federer easily beat Andy Murray 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 to win his fifth consecutive U.S. Open and 13th Grand Slam title Sep.21  Yankee Stadium hosts final game



New York, 2008 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.11  Jones is sentenced to six months Mar.6  Bicyclist sought in Times Square bombing Mar.10 Scandal-hit governor 'sorry'
Apr.25  Police acquitted over shooting Jun.10  US net firms to block child porn Dec.13   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'
  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff.    Madoff ran a fund that paid annual interest of about 10% but prosecutors say it was, in effect, similar to a pyrami...
Dec.17 Madoff under curfew on $10m bail Dec.22  Sopranos actor cleared of murder Dec.23  Madoff investor commits suicide Dec.24 Bush revokes developer's pardon



New York, 2008 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2008 Feb.5   McCain surges ahead in primaries
  John McCain has forged ahead in his bid to win the Republican nomination, winning some major primaries Mar.10 Scandal-hit governor 'sorry' Mar.11  Deadline to quit for Governor Spitzer Mar.12 Scandal-hit governor resigns   Eliot Spitzer has resigned, after being linked to a prostitution ring. Flanked by his wife, he told he could not allow 'private failings' to disrupt public work Mar.23  Sarkozy's ex-wife prepares to wed Apr.7  NY blocks mayor's congestion plan Apr.18 Pope promotes friendship at synagogue Apr.19  Pope tells of youth under Nazis Apr.20   Pope offers prayer at Ground Zero   Benedict XVI has visited the scene of the 11 September 2001 attacks on Twin Towers, at the end of a six-day tour of the US Apr.20 Stadium Mass ends Pope's US visit Sep.11 US marks seventh 9/11 anniversary Sep.24  Zardari tells Palin she's 'gorgeous' Oct.23  Term limit extended to 3 4-year terms Nov.21 Gadhafi's son praises Libya-U.S. relations Dec.6  Von Bulow dies after 28-year coma Dec.24 Bush revokes developer's pardon