U.S. stocks tumbled for the second consecutive day Thursday, deepening their downturn. Indexes in Europe and Asia also skidded. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index notched its sixth loss in a row as investors try to gauge the best place to put their money amid concerns over interest rates and trade and signs of slowing global economic growth.
The benchmark S&P 500 index slid about 2.1%, to 2,729; on Wednesday, it fell 3.3%. The index’s current losing streak is its biggest downturn since a 10% drop in early February, and the longest since a nine-day skid shortly before the 2016 presidential election. It has climbed about 28% since President Trump was elected.
Bleed you fuckers, bleed.
Legalized gambling and us tax payers get to bail them out when they bet wrong.
There is an end to that shit at some point.
One way, or another.
End The Fed and this bullshit stops overnight.
The other way suits me just fine if it comes to that too.