October has often been a bad month for the stock market and Thursday's trading was a reminder of that. The Dow fell 203 points, the S&P dropped 27 points and the Nasdaq composite shed 65 points. David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal talks with Steve Inskeep about why financial markets dropped.
Wall Street Marks Worst Day In 3 Months
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