The Dow sells at the open and ends down 117 as investors fret about Japan, interest rates and unrest in Turkey. Expect more ups and downs into next week at least.
Stocks generally are quiet the week after the monthly jobs report. But all the talk about the Fed and interest rates may still push stocks around.
The market rebounds after testing several key supports. But stocks face big challenges with Friday's big jobs report.
Global markets drop as the yen carry trade collapses and ends the cheap-money dream.
A deepening squeeze in the ubiquitous 'yen carry trade' results in the worst stock market selloff since February.
The Dow closes down 217 points amid weak economic reports and worries about interest rates. Falling below 15,000 could mean more selling ahead.
Investors have been riding this wave to fresh records, but history has shown us that the party could be ending.
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