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  1. Twitter shares tumble to all-time lowRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | HeraldNet

    The recent negativity shown toward many Internet companies hit Twitter hard Monday, as the social-media leader's stock price fell to its lowest level ever ahead of its upcoming quarterly earnings report. Shortly after trading began, Twitter shares fell more than 5 percent, to $14.87, hitting their lowest point since the company went public in November 2013.

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  2. Why These Five Energy Stocks Crashed on Monday?Read the original story

    12 min ago | Insider Monkey

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  3. Stocks fall sharply as banks, tech sector take a beatingRead the original story

    15 min ago | WWTC-AM Eagan

    Wall Street rode another wave of selling Monday that sent U.S. stocks sharply lower, before a late-afternoon pullback stemmed some of the losses. Technology shares, which soared last year, were targeted for especially aggressive selling, bringing the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index down almost 20 percent from its record high last year.

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  4. Stock market's terrible start to 2016 just got worseRead the original story

    16 min ago | GantDaily.com

    The stock market's terrible start to 2016 got even worse on Monday, with the Dow shedding 178 points and the S&P 500 losing 1.4%. The Nasdaq tumbled 1.8% and got closer to sinking into its first bear market since the one sparked by the financial crisis.

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  5. Tech Stocks: Why the Selloff Could Get WorseRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Wall Street Journal

    Dark clouds have descended on the tech sector. And while Punxsutawney Phil may say otherwise, a break may not be soon in coming.

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  6. India sees higher growth even after economy loses steamRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    India's GDP data has been under scrutiny since last January when statisticians unveiled new methodology they say better captures value addition in the goods and services supply chain. India's economic growth slowed in the last quarter of 2015, adding to pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to expedite stalled reforms in the next session of parliament when it presents its annual budget.

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  7. CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | White Lake Beacon

    A steep sell-off in stocks got a little less bad by the end of the day, but it still left indexes down sharply for the second day in a row. Banks and technology shares fell sharply Monday.

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  8. Toronto Stock Exchange declines on low energy and financial stocksRead the original story

    17 min ago | Lethbridge Herald

    The Toronto stock market closed sharply, pulled down by weakness in energy and financial stocks, as oil again fell below the US$30 a barrel mark. In commodities, the March contract for benchmark crude oil was down $1.20 to US$29.69 a barrel, while March natural gas added 7.7 cents to US$2.14 per mmBtu.

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  9. Stocks Sink as Oil Prices Continue to Slide, Do...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | 1560 KNZR

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 177.92 to close at 16,027.05, despite sinking 400 points during the day. The NASDAQ fell 79.39 to end the session at 4,283.75, while the S&P 500 closed at 1,853.44 down 26.61 from its open.

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  10. Deutsche Bank says it has sufficient reserves to service AT1 bondsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | West Australian

    Deutsche Bank said it has "sufficient" reserves to make due payments this year on AT1 securities, seeking to calm investors after its shares plunged almost 10 percent on Monday. Germany's biggest lender has a "payment capacity" of about 1 billion euros to pay interest on so-called Additional Tier 1 bonds worth 350 million euros by April 30, the bank said in a statement published on Monday after business hours.

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  11. Banking shares plummet on economic slowdown fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | West Australian

    Shares of large banks and other financial stocks were pummelled on Wall Street Monday as fears of a US economic slowdown heightened worries over deteriorating credit quality. US banks were broadly lower, but the hardest-hit included Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, all down 6.0 percent or more in afternoon trade.

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  12. Deutsche Bank's Woes Threaten CoCo Coupon, CreditSights SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | News Max

    Deutsche Bank AG may struggle to pay coupons on its riskiest bonds next year if operating results disappoint or litigation costs are higher than expected, according to analysts at CreditSights Inc. The bank said it has sufficient capacity this year and next. Bonds and stock of Germany's largest bank have plunged this year, with the shares shedding 39 percent of their value and its contingent convertible bonds -- known as CoCos, or additional Tier 1 securities -- turning in a similar performance.

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  13. Aust bonds rise as global equities fallRead the original story

    21 min ago | West Australian

    ANZ economists said weakness in equity markets had attracted traders to government bonds overnight, turning rates markets around, with yields dropping sharply. "Australia underperformed in the move and is likely to do so today as the second set of bond supply of the week comes to market," they said.

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  14. Europe clawed by global bear marketRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | USA Today

    It's not just Wall Street getting creamed by the global sell-off. European stocks are serving up heaps of pain and are already in a bear.

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  15. Dow drops over 400 points, recoversRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | KION 46

    The stock market's terrible start to 2016 got even worse on Monday, with the Dow shedding 178 points and the S&P 500 losing 1.4%. The Nasdaq tumbled 1.8% and got closer to sinking into its first bear market since the one sparked by the financial crisis.

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  16. Stocks Pare Declines, Shed More than 1%Read the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Fox News

    U.S. equity markets staged a partial comeback in the final 15 minutes of trading, clawing back sharp losses of more than 2% on the major averages. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended down 176 points, or 1.09% to 16028.

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  17. Twitter shares tumble to all-time lowRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Contra Costa Times

    The recent negativity shown toward many Internet companies hit Twitter hard Monday, as the social-media leader's stock price fell to its lowest level ever ahead of its upcoming quarterly earnings report. Shortly after trading began, Twitter shares fell more than 5 percent, to $14.87, hitting their lowest point since the compnay went public in November 2013.

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  18. The TFANGs' bubble officially burst on Friday -- and 'kaboom,' thy name is LinkedIn.Read the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | TheStreet.com

    "When are you gonna come down? When are you going to land? I should have stayed on the farm. I should have listened to my old man."

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  19. Markets Slide as Bank Investors Cash OutRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | TheStreet.com

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  20. 6 Medical Device Stocks to Treat the Bear Market BluesRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | TheStreet.com

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