The stock market is back. Here’s why, and what you need to know about this month
The U.S. stock market has been in a downtrend for more than a month, and it’s not just a bad month for investors.
Here are some of the biggest reasons why: The stock price has fallen more than 50% from the highs of September 2016.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is down over 700 points since August 2016.
The Dow Jones industrial average (DJI) is at a record low, down nearly 50% in the last 12 months.
Investors are not only concerned about the outlook for the stock market’s future, but also with the direction of the economy.
The economy has been a disaster for investors, according to research from investment bank Fitch Ratings.
The U-turn in the economy is being blamed on the Trump administration’s budget and tax policies.
But economists at Capital Economics say that there are many other factors at play, including the fact that the president has not yet released his tax plan, which has raised concerns about the long-term impact on the economy of his proposed tax cuts.
“There’s a lot of fear that it might be worse than what’s actually going on in the U.K. and France, but there’s also a lot that we can say is just as plausible,” said Peter Diamandis, an analyst at Capital Markets in London.
“It’s very much a global market with a very large currency swing, so it is very hard to gauge the full impact.”
Investors are worried about the possibility of an economic downturn in the United States, where the U-axis is already falling.
In August, the Dow Jones fell nearly 700 points, closing at a historic low of 5,074.30.
That is the worst drop in the Dow since October 2015.
The biggest reason for the plunge, according the Fitch analysts, is that the government shutdown is hurting the economy, but it could be a temporary lull in the slide.
In fact, Fitch sees the S&P 500 index falling slightly this year, as it has been for most of the past decade.
But the S-plus index is expected to climb this year.
The S&p 500 has been climbing since April, and the Dow has been gaining since late April.
The S&ip 500, the broader index of stocks, is also rising.
But investors have been getting a mixed bag in the recent months.
The Nasdaq is down, while the Dow is up.
And the S.&=p.> S&P 500 is still up, but is down from the all-time high it hit on Jan. 9.
The rally in the stock markets has not been limited to Wall Street, either.
Investors around the world have been pouring money into the U, and that money is being used to buy U.N. stocks, which have been on a tear.
The average price of the U .
N. stock index is up more than 500% this year from its peak in June.
But the stock bubble has burst.
The bubble is now worth around $1 trillion, and is currently at record highs, according Goldman Sachs analysts.