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the Dow's worst start to a new year since the financial crisis and there's enough blame to go around I'm congregations in the York a doubt leading Wednesday fell off with a two hundred and fifty point plunge investor sentiment pummeled by one two punch of economic uncertainty and geopolitical jitters North Korea put investors on edge after claiming it successfully tested a hydrogen nuclear bomb internet added to the marketplace by weakening the value of its currency once again , renewing fears the world's second biggest economy in the worst shape them perceived and the global economic worries did not end there growth in the U. S. services sector came in at its weakest and well over a year that slow down fueling even more nervousness about the impact of the federal reserve's decision in December to raise interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis it was all too much for the oil market to bear crude oil tumbling all the way to the thirty three dollar range and not even tensions in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran to stop the fall apple adding even more gloom shares of the tech giant touching below a hundred dollars a share for the first time since August investors ditching the stock on worries demand for the latest iPhone failing to live up to their devices Taylor track record , with enough bad news to go around Wall Street desperately looked for winner and found one in Netflix , stock jumping after the video streaming service I don't it's now live in more than one hundred and thirty countries , excluding China but that bright spot nodded knocked you out Sharon the growing number of dark clouds , merging , from around the world