Markets and Economy On Wednesday, stocks took a sharp dive for the third straight day as the list of major corporations under federal criminal investigation grew. NPR's Elaine Korry reports that falling corporate earnings are causing consumer confidence to wane, and this could become a major factor in delaying the market's recovery.
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On Wednesday, stocks took a sharp dive for the third straight day as the list of major corporations under federal criminal investigation grew. NPR's Elaine Korry reports that falling corporate earnings are causing consumer confidence to wane, and this could become a major factor in delaying the market's recovery.