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Flashback: '89 Tiananmen Sq. protest did not sink U.S. stocks

The pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong has rattled Wall Street and prompted some U.S. investors to wonder if this is a replay of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crisis in Beijing. 262 more words


New normal? Dow dips of 100-plus points

The stock market calm seems to be a thing of the past. The Dow opened down  more than 100 points Monday, extending its string of price moves of 100 points or more to a sixth session — and its longest such streak since June 2013. 208 more words


After selloff, stock market in search of stability

Like a boxer that’s taken too many punches, the U.S. stock market is on the ropes and playing rope-a-dope with the dreaded Wall Street bear, which has stirred from hibernation and is again threatening the aging bull. 299 more words


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Fear gauge jumps 25% as Dow dips 250 points

Investor fear, long dormant amid a market melt-up this year, is coming out of hibernation. You can blame the Dow Jones industrial average’s 250-plus point tumble today for the sharp rise in investor angst. 426 more words


Wild swings continue as Dow drops 200 points

The roller coaster ride on the Dow Jones industrial average this week got even wilder Thursday, as the blue-chip stock gauge tumbled more than 200 points, extending its string of 100-point daily moves to a fourth day. 463 more words


Big price swings return to Dow

A return to daily 100-point swings is turning the boring Dow into the volatile Dow.

The blue-chip Dow Jones industrial average has finished up or down more than 100 points for the past three sessions, its longest streak of triple-digit point moves since a four-session run in April. 269 more words