Dow Average Falls 300 Points in China-Fueled Global Equity RoutBy
Dow average caps worst two-day selloff since summmer swoon
Soros says he sees crisis in global markets that echoes 2008
U.S. stocks tumbled to press three-month lows, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 390 points to post its biggest two-day retreat since August, amid a China-led rout that continued to engulf markets around the globe.
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