Dow futures slide more than 200 points as Wall Street adds to Friday's losses
[CNBC] S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures declined 19 points and 37.75 points, respectively.
The major U.S. stock indexes capped off their worst weekly performance in two years on Friday following a steep sell-off.
The Dow fell 665.75 points on Friday ‐ or 2.5 percent ‐ notching its biggest one-day sell-off since June 2016.
Markets are "likely to remain choppy as they adapt to this new growth and interest rate environment," says one strategist.
Call me crazy, but I don't believe in coincidences. Like the President SOTU speaking of stock gains since he was elected and now this.
| Stocks go up and they go down. Sometimes the movement is connected to the state of the overall economy or the company’s performance, sometimes not. |
Posted by: Anomalous Sources 2018-02-05