AND THERE GOES THE TRUMP ECONOMY

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Dow Ends Off More Than 800 Points, Nasdaq Loses 4% Stocks crumbled Wednesday as fears of higher rates and a slowing economy sent Wall Street to its worst day since February.

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  • The Dow lost 831 points for the day, its third worst point decline ever.
  • The S&P 500 saw its worst fall since Feb., and its lowest close since July 11 as it marked 5 consecutive losing sessions.
  • The Nasdaq tumbled 4% as chipmakers led the slide.
  • Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD - Get Report) fell 14% following a report it has hired advisors to prepare a bankruptcy filing.
Dow Ends Off More Than 800 Points, Nasdaq Loses 4%
 
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  • Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD - Get Report) fell 14% following a report it has hired advisors to prepare a bankruptcy filing.
Dow Ends Off More Than 800 Points, Nasdaq Loses 4%
Nike biggest loser at 6.3% there is a silver lining.
It doesn't even rate a mention on the WSJ biggest loser list. But dream on.
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The first post makes it clear that Sears fell by over twice what Clicker II said the "biggest loser" was.
I think some posters see something that could have negative repercussions / image problems for Trump and their knee-jerk reaction is to throw out b.s. to obfuscate...
 
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Then why is Boeing close to the largest loser? Is that on the strength of all the planes China is going to buy from them?

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Does Boeing borrow money? If it had been anything else it would have done it before not when the rates go up. This isn't "normal" market fluctuation. It's the interest rates going up. The percentage rate is also dependent on market value which is different for each company.
 
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Does Boeing borrow money? If it had been anything else it would have done it before not when the rates go up. This isn't "normal" market fluctuation. It's the interest rates going up. The percentage rate is also dependent on market value which is different for each company.
Except the market has known for at least a year and probably longer that rates would be going up.

That dog don't hunt.
 
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