Dow Jones Dives More than 360 Points The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 360 points Friday — the anniversary of the Black Monday market crash 20 years ago. Friday's decline comes after lackluster corporate earnings, credit concerns and rising oil prices.
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Dow Jones Dives More than 360 Points

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Dow Jones Dives More than 360 Points

Dow Jones Dives More than 360 Points

Dow Jones Dives More than 360 Points

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 360 points Friday — the anniversary of the Black Monday market crash 20 years ago. Friday's decline comes after lackluster corporate earnings, credit concerns and rising oil prices.