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Dow Jones Industrial Average Plunges Another 400 Points as Trade Fears Shatter Investor Confidence

The Dow Jones Industrial Average continued to sell off during Thursday's premarket trading, plummeting 407 points before market open.

This morning's losses followed on the heels of the Dow's 799 point loss during Tuesday's trading session. Markets were closed on Wednesday in honor of late President George H.W. Bush.

Global indexes fell sharply overnight following reports that Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhous was arrested by Canadian officials yesterday.

Huawei, one of China largest semiconductor companies, is accused of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Slides 100 Points as White House Dashes Trade War Resolution

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 100 points on Tuesday after the White House issued a clarification on the short-term economic truce between the United States and China.

Yesterday, the Trump Administration appointed veteran trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer to headline future trade negotiations with China - a notorious Chinese hardliner who analysts believe may undermine additional progress with the Chinese.


3 Reasons the Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Down Today

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 500 points (2%) today, putting the index on track for its worst close since the 1,000-point drop on Feb. 9.

While the drop was unpredictable, we've rounded up the three major reasons for today's Wall Street sell-off so you know what's going on.

Here's why stocks are down today, and we'll even show you a strategy to protect yourself if things get worse...


Forget the New iPhone: This Is the Tech Announcement We're Watching

Apple will generate a lot of headlines this week.

That's because the company just unveiled the new iPhone 8 – and probably more – during an event at the new Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's Silicon Valley campus. The company is hoping that its new devices will help it reverse six straight quarters of sales declines in China.

That's big news – for Apple and its shareholders… for iPhone suppliers and their shareholders… for Apple's competitors and their shareholders… and for the "tech news industrial complex" that depends on Apple for clicks and page views.

But there was another tech announcement yesterday that I think is a much bigger deal...