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US market dropping sharply on Friday continuing the global sell off that began in Asia investors worrying the federal reserve's decision a day earlier to keep interest rates at historic lows and chair Janet Yellen comments about inflation running below target single people are concerned about global economic growth Reuters market editor David gap and the issue though that the fed is trying to get at though is that they are worried about having had several years of concern about weak demand causing price growth to slow or to decline that something that the current season signal , growing up , rate that you would want it to grow , and without that element , everything else seems a little bit , nndb transitory built on sand , the Dow industrials dropping nearly three hundred points on the day continuing a recent trend of Friday selloffs energy stocks like Exxon Mobil and chevron led the way down as oil prices tumbled almost five percent on concerns that global demand won't be getting stronger