S&P 500 Falls to 2-Month Low as Stocks Extend Post-Fed SelloffBy
Dow average suffers its biggest decline since Sept. 1
Trading volume surges the most since August amid expirations
U.S. stocks suffered the biggest two-day retreat in three months, as investors weighed the impact of the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate increase and the prospects for slowing global growth.
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