Dow Falls 274 Points as ‘Eclipse Fever’ Hits the Financial Markets
By Michael Synder Have we now entered a time of major financial shaking? On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 274 points. The was the largest decline for the Dow since May, and high yield bonds were down dramatically as well. Many are blaming the terror attack in
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