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mt not ending a second punishing week with steep losses setting and ugly tone for twenty sixteen the Dow plunging more than five hundred points midday Friday but settling with a lot of just under four hundred at the close , had been the go to place , all right now they're putting ten billion dollars of cash into money market funds now that really shows that there is a lot of fear and loathing out there dragging down the market linking oil prices and economic slowdown in China and fear top investors telling a blonde they're worried more pain is coming that pop into your right now introspection the risk of repression how driven given the market turmoil and mediocre data coming not just in the U. S. at all over the world are we are seeing , a thirty percent , it's a profession this year at something that traffic on that had brought up are you the new king of bonds and he said that he feels global recession up thirty percent because of the triple whammy of my tightening China economic slowdown and also a looming pocket discussion Marty Friedman alternately jump on expert came out today and said that he sees the forty four percent , canton profession so you can see a lot of warning find out there and a lot of people saying the kind we are in great danger of falling into a deep deep slowdown adding to the doom and gloom as Walmart the nation's largest employer saying Friday it's shutting down two hundred and sixty nine small stores globally , majority of them in the U. S. , so far for the year the Dow and SP five hundred at each lost more than eight percent the nasdaq lost more than ten percent , all of them in correction territory