Stocks' Great Wall of Worry

China's 9% market plunge and U.S. economic concerns led to Dow and S&P free falls. Analysts say it's about time

If Wall Street was overdue for a pullback, it might not be anymore. On Feb. 27, the Dow Jones industrial average and the broader Standard & Poor's 500 index suffered their worst day since Mar. 24, 2003. How much further the market has to fall could depend on the strength of upcoming economic reports.

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