After the worst five-day period in Wall Street history... investors are bracing for Monday's opening bell.
Analysts are not sure if we've hit the bottom of the market but amid the speculation and worry there's a sign of hope.
Throughout the weekend world leaders including the G-7 met to look at global solutions and the World Bank has also pledged support and cooperation.
The U.S. Treasury and several European countries plan to buy up shares in troubled banks and hopefully restore confidence in the markets.
Trading is expected to be a little slower on Monday because of the Columbus Day holiday and another holiday in Japan.