How to read the news: Is the stock market going down?

How to read the news: Is the stock market going down?

October 21, 2021 Comments Off on How to read the news: Is the stock market going down? By admin

The stock market has fallen in value for the second time in less than two weeks. 

In its biggest daily loss since the dotcom crash in 2000, the Dow Jones industrial average lost 2,944 points, or 0.3% in two minutes at 10:20 a.m.

ET, or about 6%, the lowest level since May 3, 2018.

The S&P 500 fell 1,000 points, 0.4% in three minutes at 2:07 p.m., or about 8%.

The Nasdaq composite lost 2.4%, or 1.6%.

The Nasdaq is down about 9% from its record high in early October.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 1,900 points, 1.2% in one minute at 8:05 a.p.m..

The S&amps are down 5% from their record high.

The Dow has lost about 7% since mid-June, and the S&ams have lost almost 10%.

The SAC has fallen more than 12% since late June.

A Reuters poll on Thursday showed the Dow had lost about 2% of its value since June, and lost about 5% since then. 

The Dow is up almost 14% in 2017, the SAC about 5%, and the Nasdaq about 3%.

The market has been down for more than five months.

The Nasd is down nearly 8% in that time.

The SAC is down 6% in the same time period.

The index closed down 4.6% on Thursday to 20,735.

The market is in a slump because of the Fed’s move to lower interest rates in December and the Trump administration’s plans to impose tax increases. 

“The economy is in recession, the housing market is weak and companies are shrinking, but the Fed is doing everything it can to boost growth and make the market more competitive,” said John Cochrane, chief investment officer at the Morningstar investment management firm.

The Fed’s $85 billion-a-month bond purchases are hurting investors’ appetite for equities.

The dollar is up about 6% against the euro since the start of 2017, compared with about 2.5% at the end of 2017.

The CBOE Volatility Index is up 2.3%.