The Dow Jones fell by another 200 points on Thursday and has now deleted nearly 700 points from its remarkable 2019 recovery, all within the first week of March. More troublingly, the struggle of the Dow comes during a period in which fundamental factors including jobs growth and productivity growth remain strong while geopolitical risks have declined. Despite solid fundamentals, the Dow has been on a consistent decline throughout March, unable to defend the 26,000 point level. Why is the Dow Struggling? Analysts generally attribute the downside movement of the Dow and the rest of the U.S. stock market to
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