The Dow Jones went over 9,000 but ended the day at 8,930 points, gaining almost 300 points (+3.46%). The Nasdaq rose over 4% and S&P 500 ended 3.84% up, as investors were hopeful about the government bailing out automakers to the tune of $15 billion. The White House has reportedly received a draft of a bill from Congress, and the Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said passage would be possible if "senators are willing to work together in the next few days." The bill would help the Big Three automakers stay in business for a few months; Rep. Barney Frank said $15 billion was not enough but "It's better than nothing."