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Old 02-15-2002, 05:09 PM   #2
jnestor
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I think you need to define two terms before I can give a meaningful answer:

correction - typically this term is applied to a moderate decline in stock prices (say 10-20%) after they've had a big run up. I'm guessing you mean something quite opposite. We've had a major "correction" since mid 2000. Also known as a recession.

net economy - do you mean merchandise sales or ad sales or both or neither? Ad rates have severely declined in recent years of course but a number of merchants have seen a big increase in merchandise sales.
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