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Good morning the steepest -- of the year on Wall Street takes the Dow down 214.
Points marking a five -- losing streak for the blue chips and that time the Dow is down.
The sell off pushing the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 each down at least one point 7%.
Investors on high alert that the US economy like China and -- -- up.
May be tapping the brakes consumers also worried discretionary stocks like clothing cable and travel companies.
-- some of the deepest drops yesterday the bears breathing a sigh of relief after the closing bell when Alcoa posted a surprise first quarter profit.
Alcoa is traditionally the first major company to report earnings the maker of the aluminum and soda cans cars and airplanes posted a profit.
A 94 million dollars vs an expected loss.
And where there's smoke there's fire best -- CEO and company veteran Brian -- out.
Earlier yesterday -- said he was resigning on good terms with the board of directors of the struggling electronics chain.
Hours later we learned of an internal investigation.
Into -- personal conduct in a statement best buy sent prior to completion of that probe.
Done chose to resign.
And if the hot weather this summer -- doesn't make you sweat.
Gas prices will the government said gas will average three dollars and 95 cents a gallon this summer hitting four dollars and one cents.
In May and possibly.
Get this four bucks fifty cents a gallon engine.
That's business for more on the investigation to best buy CEO slot on foxbusiness.com.
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