Stocks: An Unhappy Anniversary

Twenty years to the day after Black Monday, major indexes shed more than 2% amid poor earnings and more signs of credit problems

Deja vu all over again, as Yogi Berra used to say? Not quite, but memories of the 1987 stock market crash may have unsettled equity investors as Wall Street marked the 20th anniversary of Black Monday with a big stock sell-off.

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