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CNBC live price updates: Dow drops triple-digits — Wednesday, Oct. 10 2018

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Ty Realist (11 days ago)
This is nothing compared to crypto. All this money leaving will flow into the crypto market. The future of digital assets is here!
Too Many Hobbies (11 days ago)
The problem with the market is that anyone with any money at all invested is worried that Democrats will win the midterm elections and the markets will take a dive therefor it is imperative that the Democrats don't win! PERIOD Get out and VOTE REPUBLICAN.
Maxwell Smart_086 (11 days ago)
JUST because of Trump the Dow has been risen from 18.000 up to now 26.000 - nothing to cry about. Most people don´t know the facts.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
All military movies have the same theme. Some rogue homosexual soldier doing naked tai chi while he plots mass destruction. Yet it's supposedly never true. Support the troops. I like the collapse of the dollar. Get the pentagon vampires off the tit of the people.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
I say things. You nod agreement silently. I don't even need to see it. End of transaction. I feel better.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
Interactive chat is for people who need hugs.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
The youth are hurt by this unnatural law of nature. Goldman sachs and AIG should have been rubble in 2009. Yeah tell me humanity needed your soft hands on your yacht.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
Not that i care about artists. They should live on donations. Make lots of art but only get recognized after death.
Stan Mann (11 days ago)
A lot of big name musicians have canceled concerts lately. Lack of ticket sales. It's a good metric.
VacancyJB (12 days ago)
Trump is a stupid person caused the whole world economy fall.
VacancyJB (12 days ago)
Crypto is a better investment than stock.
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Serge Fournier (12 days ago)
Bla bla bla they try explain the stock market
doug aussie (12 days ago)
The problem with Tariffs is its a tax on consumption because even though Chinese imports are charged if you want the product you will have to pay that extra 25%, sure you can source it from a US manufacturer but can they even match it when the Chinese can pay a dollar a day wages while Americans earn 20? a day. It is going to hurt Chinese manufacturers which is going to hurt Australian exports to China which is going to hurt the Aussie dollar. But on the bright side the US government will make billions of extra revenue which will of course flow into US jobs. Bottom line China doesn't matter as an exporter, you can get anything they make from a dozen other Asian nations, that's a fact, and dealing with most non communist Asians is dealing with technically advanced mostly honest nations: south korea, phillipines, japan, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Taiwan. 3% drop in dow is nothing wake me when its 7%, just October blues.
goff0103 (11 days ago)
Going to laugh once China turns the tap off for US companies in China and then we will see a great depression again.
Coinster (12 days ago)
Corporate debt, consumer debt = all-time highs. Trumps's trade war is setting off tremors already.
Strawberry Kiys (11 days ago)
That's one of the reasons the fed is raising intrest rates. Household debt is now far above 2008 levels, far too many people are living off borrowed credit due to the interest rates being so low for almost a decade.
alex 45 (12 days ago)
Interest rates are rising, stocks are falling, budget and trade deficits are exploding, as autos, homebuilders, and financials are all flashing recession. If you think you've seen this movie before, you're half right. It's a sequel to 2008, but the ending will be much worse!
alex 45 (11 days ago)
+Strawberry Kiys it's good in that the bubbles are finally bursting, but this will bring on a severe recession, but it's a needed recession and the govt and fed need to let it happen.
Strawberry Kiys (11 days ago)
Interest rates rising is good at this point. Far too many people have been living off borrowed money for far too long. US household debt is higher than it was in 2008.
Coinster (12 days ago)
For the first time in ten years (today), govt bonds dropped along with stocks. That's a bad, bad sign.
Greg Caesar (12 days ago)
Coinster Hasn’t this already happened a few times before this year and nothing ended up happening?
Coinster (12 days ago)
The yield curve is flashing red. Govt bonds (supposed to be a safe haven in a stock fall) also fell today! Time to get your boat and paddles ready for sh*t creek!