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Dow drops more than 650 points, logs worst week in two years

``... investors sold off Friday on fears that a stronger-than-expected jobs report would spur the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates more than expected. Higher interest rates for debt can spur investors to pull money out of the stock market to put into bonds... nothing kills a bull market like rising rates. The "good news, bad news" can feel like a whipsaw for investors and shows the delicate balance of keeping the economy's fire humming -- one that analysts say Trump is dumping gasoline on by adding tax cuts to an economy already on the upswing.
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