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Dow drops almost 1,200 points as stocks swing wildly in 2nd day of selloff

The Dow closed down about 1,200 points on Monday. After a round of buying the dip at the open, markets traded much lower. Watch the Dow trade in real time here. The US stock market cratered for a second da on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping as much as 1,500 points. It closed trading 1,177 points lower. The index has now erased all gains for the year.
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