U.S. stocks finished sharply lower on Thursday, adding to the previous day's losses, a day after the Federal Reserve raised rates and revived recession worries.F
FillStocks saw losses deepen Thursday, a day after the Fed delivered a sobering assessment of its continuing inflation battle and as investors reacted to disappointing November retail sales.
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.stocks trimmed losses in the final hour of trade, they still ended back at Nov. 9 lows, according to Dow Jones Market Data
On Thursday, the Dow industrials tumbled 2.3%, its biggest daily drop since Sept. 13. The S&P 500 fell 2.5% and the Nasdaq Composite sank 3.2%
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