U.S. Stocks Tumble as Selloff Resumes, Led by Consumer SharesBy
Netflix, Amazon pace retreat following two days of gains
Russell 2000 Index slumps into bear market, lowest since 2013
The 2016 selloff in U.S. stocks intensified, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbling more than 360 points, as consumer shares led the latest rout in a turbulent start to the year that has erased at least $1.6 trillion from equities.
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