Traders on Wall Street say fear has taken over, as the Dow Jones Industrials fell 634.76 points — the sixth worst point decline for the Dow in 122 years and the worst drop since December 2008.
The Dow dropped more than 600 points Monday, making the plunge the biggest dip in the market since the 2008 financial crisis.
It’s been two days since the S&P announced its decision to strip the United States of its sterling credit rating. Now, many wonder what that means for consumers.
Home prices jumped 2 1/2 percent in June