Wall Street’s Worst Week Since 2020

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Wall Street’s Worst Week Since 2020

Dow falls for the 7th straight day. Selling in stocks picks up. Investors awaited more corporate earnings results & a key policy decision from the Federal Reserve. Wall Street drops at open as Ukraine tensions weigh at start of crucial week. S&P 500 falls 1.6% at the open, Nasdaq slumps 1.9%. Apple shares fall 1.4% in early trade. Following the S&P 500′s worst week since March 2020, as investors awaited more corporate earnings results and a key policy decision from the Federal Reserve. Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped along with S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100. Here’s Peter Cardillo of Spartan Capital Securities deciphering what led to the market selloff. Subscribe To ET Now For Latest Updates On Stocks, Business, Trading