Europe Closes And Selling Gets Worse: Dow Falls 160, NASDAQ Down 1.8%

London Trader

The bulls staged another run and briefly managed to get the Dow down just 50, but they can’t sustain it.

What’s going on?

You know the drill:

EURO EURO EURO EURO EURO EURO EURO, GERMANY, EURO.

All pretty straightforward stuff.

Meanwhile, European markets fell hard, lead to the downside by France’s CAC-40.

One interesting stock to watch: Goldman Sachs (GS) had been higher throughout the morning, but is now slightly in the red.

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