Dow Jones Industrial Average Continues to Fall After 832-Point Loss

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell another 100 points in pre-market trading as indexes continued to sell off in the face of unstable global markets. Yesterday marked the Dow’s largest decline since April.

With European and Asian markets shedding value, U.S. stocks are likely to continue fall during Thursday’s trading. As losses continue to mount, we’re taking a close look at what’s driving the decline – and how you can protect your investments. Check out our analysis here

Here are the numbers from Wednesday for the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq:

Index Previous Close Point Change Percentage Change Dow Jones 25,598.74 -831.83 -3.15% S&P 500 2,785.68 -94.66 -3.29% Nasdaq 7,422.05 -315.97 -4.08%

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