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Here's how much the stock market must plunge before it gets shut down

Stocks erased their gains for the year on Monday. The S&P 500 fell by over 4% at its worst levels of the trading session. The Securities and Exchange Commission's so-called circuit breakers trigger if the index falls by 7%, 13%, and 20% from the previous session's closing price. The stock market is getting rocked on Monday. The Dow Jones industrial average appeared headed for its biggest intraday fall in history on a point basis, and was down more than 1,500 points, or 5%, at its lows of the day.
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