The week begins on Wall Street with a mighty shaky start! During early trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost a 1,000 points, plummeting into the mid 15,000 range. As trading began on Wall Street, the DJIA rebounded slightly, only down some 668 points. The New York Stock Exchange is considering a halt in trading should the bleeding continue to worsen. Oil futures fell below $40 a barrel as more ills from China and the rest of the global economy pile up. Things are not much better here, either. The Barack Obama Non-Recovery is still sluggish, prompting more talk by the Federal Reserve on not raising interest rates as planned. The real economy and job growth are still anemic as a record number of over 93 Million, work-age Americans remain unemployed.