(Repeats column initially transmitted late Friday, updates with all three indexes' declines for year and latest week) By Leah Schnurr NEW YORK, Dec 28 (Reuters) - As the U.S. stock market heads into the last week of the year, what was inconceivable just 12 months ago is now a stark possibility: 2008 could be the worst year ever for Wall Street. The U.S. market's most tracked benchmark, the S&P 500, is down 40.6 percent since last year's close with only three trading days left in ...
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