• Retail worries contribute to Dow's 551-point drop

    20 days ago - By Reuters

    Retail stocks added to the recent carnage on Wall Street after disappointing results from Target combined with concerns that Apple iPhone sales may be slowing worldwide and the tech trade that drove the market to record high continued to fall out of favor.
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  • Dow Falls 950 Points, Or 4 Percent, In 2 Days

    Dow Falls 950 Points, Or 4 Percent, In 2 Days

    20 days ago - By NPR

    There was a bloodbath in tech stocks. Companies like Apple depend on foreign markets and there are signs trade tensions are slowing growth in Europe and China. Apple and Facebook stocks have fallen.
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  • Dow Falls Another 600 Points as Tech Selloff Spreads to Retail, Other Sectors

    20 days ago - By Fortune

    The selloff in Apple and other stocks earlier this week spread Tuesday to other sectors, such as retail and energy, pushing Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major indexes into the red for 2018.
    The Dow Industrials fell more than 600 points, or 2.2%, to 24,465.64, while the S&P 500 Index declined 1.8% to 2.641.89. The Nasdaq Composite closed down 1.7% at 6,908.82. All three indexes dropped below their 2017 closing levels during Tuesday's trading.
    Some of the FAANG stocks, which led a tech selloff during Monday's market session, recovered slightly on Tuesday. Facebook closed up 0.7% at...
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