Stocks ended the week on a down notice Friday, falling sharply on worries about world development after weaker-than-expected Chinese knowledge. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
fell round 496 factors, or 2%, to complete close to 24,101, based on preliminary figures. The shut put the Dow again into correction territory, outlined as a pullback of not less than 10% from a latest peak. The S&P 500
dropped 1.9% to finish close to 2,600, an vital psychological assist degree, whereas the Nasdaq Composite
shed 2.3% to finish close to 6,910. The S&P and Dow each noticed a weekly decline of 2%, whereas the Nasdaq fell 2.3%.
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