Dow turns 567-point loss into 567-point gain as stocks rally

Dow Jones decline

Dow Jones decline

USA equity indexes fluctuated on Tuesday after a tumultuous morning that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average swing more than 900 points in 25 minutes. Asian shares have opened lower and are tracking the overnight plunge on Wall Street. Germany's DAX was unchanged.

The stock market is weaker again on Thursday as a volatile week of selling continues. As the adage goes, the stock market takes the steps up and the elevator down.

We're guessing that U.S. President Donald Trump won't be gloating about the stock market in upcoming speeches the way he did during last week's State of the Union Address.

Investors worry that Treasury yields will rise to levels that make stocks less attractive, and will force the Federal Reserve to fight inflation by aggressively raising interest rates.

After starting the year strong, last week was the worst week on Wall Street in two years, and the decline continued Monday. Skechers USA climbed $2.88, or 7.5 percent, to $41.06. Those include worries about a potential rise in USA inflation or interest rates and budget disputes in Washington.

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The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 1.5 percent, to close at 2,619. The Dow fell 528 points on Thursday.

The S&P energy index.SPNY was up more than 1 percent, led by Anadarko Petroleum's (APC.N) 5 percent gain and an uptick in oil prices. Facebook and Boeing have both fallen sharply.

The Dow finished with a decline of 1,033 points, the second-worst in history, eclipsed only by Monday's 1,175-point plunge. The Nasdaq rose 97 points, or 1.4 percent, to 6,874.

"I think we need to work through it, acknowledge it's with us and say this is status quo", says Andrew Samalin of Samalin Investment Counsel in Chappaqua. Even after this week's losses, the S&P is up 12.5 percent over the past year.

Traders are bracing for higher volatility as they try to figure out if the swings of the past two days are the start of a deeper correction or just a temporary blip in the USA market's nine-year bull run. "I believe it's just a correction in the market", said Roti.

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"We have historically low unemployment and we actually have increasing wages for American workers", Sanders said. That combination usually carries stocks higher. Many factors were behind the rapid rise: The ever-improving economy and job market, business optimism, record corporate profits, and the big business tax cut, which Republicans made law.

The dollar fell to 109.33 yen from 109.70 yen.

"We can not go straight up or straight down. we need both buyers and sellers to really pull and find the right place where our market should be at", said Jonathan Corpina, a trader at the New York Stock Exchange.

WELLINGTON: The S/NZX50 Index fell 0.2 per cent, to 8177.14. Brent crude, the benchmark for global oil prices, lost 76 cents, or 1.1 percent, to $66.86 a barrel in London.

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