09 Apr 2008 Home » Market News » April 9th: Daily Doze April 9th: Daily Doze Posted in Market News by smallcapbear Small Business Optimism Index Hits All-Time Low (CNBC) Despite upbeat commercial real estate report, experts worried (Maryland Daily) China becomes world’s biggest gold producer (AFP) Pending Home Sales Fall 1.9% to Record Low (CNBC) Are We In Denial About The US Economy & Stock Market? (ETFGuide) Retail real estate market sluggish in 1Q (SanAntonio BizJournal) New projections of slow growth spurred March rate cut: FOMC minutes (MarketWatch) Credit Crisis to Worsen Before Improving, Soros Says (Bloomberg) A trading low or a market bottom? (MarketWatch) 5 Overbought Stocks for Traders (Yahoo) U.S. Economy to Stall as Consumer Spending Cools, Survey Shows (Bloomberg) Housing plan to help 500,000 borrowers (Reuters) Fed May Slow Pace of Rate Cuts in Face of Shrinking Economy (Bloomberg) Can Wall Street’s Appetite For Leverage Stomach Regulation? (SeekingAlpha) State tells bank customers Idaho banks are safe and sound (IdahoStatesman) Related Posts Daily News: HP, BP, Goldcorp, Abbott… Unemployment Hits 5 Million, Dow Below 7.5K Netflix v/s Blockbuster Anonymous interesting post. I would love to follow you on twitter.