Shell-Shocked Investors Don't Know Where the Next Bomb Will Drop
Analysts debate whether the plunge is an isolated reaction to rising supplies or something more ominous.
Another beating in tech shares has thrust the correction that began last month into a league of its own versus past selloffs.
Fund managers may find solace by looking at the calender, due to its history of fourth quarter rallies.
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Apple is joining Amazon and Alphabet in failing to instill confidence in a market that suffered the worst month in 7 years.
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In the end, the session reprised a familiar theme of October, in which few rallies have held up.
Signs of Fed-fomented stress are everywhere, from slumping bank stocks to the 33 percent plunge in home builders since January.
Nasdaq 100 was already on pace for its biggest monthly decline in almost a decade before Amazon and Alphabet’s results.
Wall Street veterans are used to waiting out turbulence, but the frenzy engulfing equities now is testing their patience.
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Banking, home building sectors have tumbled as investors rotated into defensive industries like foodmakers and utilities
Industrials stocks are heading for the worst month since 2012.
Eight interest rate hikes since 2015 may not have ended the bull market but they’re starting to show up in day-to-day swings.
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The stock’s 80 percent rally this year has stripped $3.63 billion from short-sellers’ accounts, Ihor Dusaniwsky said in a tweet.
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