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Morgan Stanley: Markets may be starting to 'sniff out' a Republican sweep ...

Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson attributes at least part of the recent stock market sell-off to some investors starting to think Republicans are going to keep their majority on Capitol Hill in the November midterm elections. Perhaps the market is starting ...

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The Wall Street analyst who called this stock-market rout sees another nasty ...

Wilson describes current conditions as a “rolling bear market,” which began in February, and predicted that the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.86% could fall to between 2,450 and 2,500. That represents a roughly 8% to 10% drop from the broad-market benchmark's ...

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USA TODAY

Stock market: Should investors fear a correction, or 10 percent drop?

A screen above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing number of the Dow Jones industrial average, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more than 800 points, its worst drop in eight months, led by ...

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Money Magazine

Here's Why the Stock Market Is Dropping — and What You Should Do About It Now

On Wednesday the Dow fell more than 800 points, followed by another drop of 200 points on Thursday morning. Even though the Dow had mostly recovered those morning losses by midday, the stock market, which seemed to be humming along with the rest ...

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USA TODAY

Dow falls, with stock market extending slide following 800-point plunge

U.S. stocks trimmed their losses on Thursday, a day after the market's biggest rout since February. A number of factors continue to keep investors jittery — from the recent jump in interest rates to the potential harm tariffs could cause tech ...

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CNN

Turbulence on Wall Street continues

The Dow swung wildly between gains and losses on Thursday, struggling to rebound from Wednesday's scary sell-off that wiped 832 points off the index. In recent trading, the Dow was down 300 points. The S&P 500 is similarly in flux, leaving it in ...

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MarketWatch

Opinion: Three phenomena in the stock market might mean it's the beginning of ...

The stock market has created some weird and unusual phenomena not seen in years, even decades. Those phenomena have been building for weeks, which is why I said in various September Profit Radar Reports that risk is starting to outweigh reward.

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CBS News

Asian stock markets pick up where plunging Wall Street left off

SINGAPORE -- A stock market rout that started on Wall Street rolled through Asia on Thursday, driving China's benchmark to a four-year low and sending indexes in Japan, Korea and Australia plunging. Japan's benchmark fell by an unusually wide margin of ...

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ABC News

Stock market drop spreads, Wall Street set to fall again

World stock markets sank Thursday, extending losses from Wall Street, as investors worried that higher interest rates will dent company earnings and a trade war will crimp global business. European shares sank after Asia closed sharply lower, auguring ...

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MarketWatch

Dow futures fall, suggesting stock-market bloodletting may not be over

To be sure, the futures market doesn't always reflect trading action in the coming session because volumes tend to be thinner, and it makes sense that selling might continue after one of the roughest sessions in months. A popular way to bet on the Dow ...

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CNBC

Dow futures imply a more than 350-point loss at Thursday's open, as stock ...

Overnight Dow Jones industrial average futures were down by 286 points just before 10 p.m. ET, signaling the October stock market drop that intensified on Wednesday could continue on Thursday. Futures implied the Dow will open Thursday down by 377.74 ...

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MarketWatch

Why the stock market tumbled Wednesday, ushering in its worst start to a ...

“Today's equity selloff is a reaction from investors finally realizing we are in a higher interest-rate environment, and given the elevated level of stocks, market participants were likely looking for a reason to sell. Higher interest rates typically ...

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USA TODAY

President Trump blames 'crazy' Fed for major stock market drop

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump blamed the central bank for a stock market selloff Wednesday that was among the worst of his presidency. "The Fed has gone crazy,” Trump told reporters in Pennsylvania, where he is holding a campaign rally.

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TIME

After Stock Market Drop, President Trump Says Federal Reserve 'Has Gone Crazy'

President Donald Trump slammed the Federal Reserve as “crazy” for its interest-rate increases this year in comments hours after the worst U.S. stock market sell-off since February. “The Fed is making a mistake,” he told reporters on Wednesday as he ...

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Barron's

Today's Stock Market Dive Cemented a Weird New Dynamic

Not surprisingly, the stocks that had been up the most are getting hit the hardest, adds Cliff Noreen, deputy chief investment officer at MassMutual. The Invesco QQQ Trust exchange-traded fund (ticker: QQQ), which tracks the Nasdaq 100 and is dominated ...

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CNBC

A rare and worrisome thing happened during Wednesday's stock market slaughter ...

Normally, a stock market sell-off sets off a buying spree in Treasurys, as investors look for security in the more steady government debt market. But that's not the case now, since Wednesday's sharp plunge in stocks is actually happening because ...

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The stock market has room to run and recession isn't a near-term risk ...

There's still room for stock markets to rise and worries of an impending recession are premature, according to Berenberg Capital Markets' chief economist. “Even if profits peaked in (the first quarter of) 2018, which remains uncertain, history suggests ...

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South China Morning Post

Shanghai's stock market enters bear territory as key index plunges for a ...

Shanghai's benchmark stock index plunged for a second day, sending Asia's largest equity bourse into official bear market territory, as concerns of a trade war with the US sent investors scurrying to extract their funds from the capital markets. The ...

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TheStreet.com

Stocks Weaken Around The World as Trump Opens New Fronts in Global Trade War

European stocks were also weaker at the open, with the Stoxx 600 benchmark falling 0.97% while markets in France (-0.85%) and Spain (-1.22%) notched notable losses. Germany's DAX performance index was marked 1.25% lower in the opening hours of ...

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TheStreet.com

Stocks Slammed on Latest Trump Tariff Fears

Global oil prices fell following OPEC's decision to add more crude to the market by reducing compliance among members to its output cut in December 2016 . While the cartel made no specific mention of how many barrels could be released as a result ...

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CNNMoney

Trade war fears spread to tech and Dow sheds 328 points

Stocks recovered some of their losses late in the day after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro cast doubt on the reports and called the sell-off an overreaction. "There's no plans to impose investment restrictions on any countries that are ...

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Investor's Business Daily

Market Sell-Off Accelerates; This Top Chinese Stock Hits Key Support Level

The stock market suffered heavy losses amid continuing trade-war threats between the United States and China. The U.S. stepped up its threats over the weekend, as President Trump planned to bar Chinese companies from investing in U.S. technology ...

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