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Sept. 29, 2010: On This Day in History

Posted by: Brendan Ratner

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On September 29, 1987, my lovely sister Jacqueline Ratner was born. Happy 23rd sis!

In other, more scholarly-related news, on September 29, 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell a record 777.68 points after the House voted against a $700 billion financial recovery plan. It was a very somber day that wrote this 21st-century recession in stone. Two years later we are supposedly rising out of the recession, and a lot of valuable lessons have been learned by experts, businesses, and individuals alike.

As students, and for the future of this country, it is important that we learn from mistakes in the past so we can keep making that “cash-money.” The library has always had books on finance, as it is one of the most popular majors at Northeastern, but now you can find newly added post-recession books on how to manage your money. Keep that beer-money coming in all of your life by taking a look at some of the great new additions to the Snell Stacks.

The Roller Coaster Economy: Financial Crisis, Great Recession, and the Public Option

Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System

Guide to Financial Markets

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