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Another Rout In The Stock Market, As Dow Drops More Than 1,000 Points

Wall Street's roller coaster continued Thursday, with all the major stock indexes posting drops of more than 3 percent as concerns about higher interest rates took their toll.

U.S. stock markets fell sharply Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrial average tumbling 1,033 points, or 4 percent, to 23,860.

The market is still trying to find its footing after Monday's.

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