The stock market is at a record low.

In fact, it is now the lowest level of decline in the history of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to a new study from Bloomberg.

That’s bad news for investors, especially for those who have been buying stocks for decades.

“It’s really bad news,” said John Taylor, a stock market analyst at CMC Markets in New York.

“There is so much stock market that’s down right now.”

The Dow Jones fell nearly 13,000 points on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve said it would start winding down its $4.4 trillion stimulus program.

The stock index has fallen more than 6% since March, when the Fed announced its plan to stop buying dollars and start buying bonds, a move that has depressed the value of the U,S.


Investors and analysts are worried that the U will plunge even further into a recession.

Investors have been waiting for a clear signal that the Fed will begin winding down the stimulus, and the markets are not getting one.

It is unlikely that the economy will improve much this year.

The U.K. stock market also tumbled Thursday, hitting a record high of 4,739 points.

It had reached a record in May.

The dollar was down 0.2% against a basket of currencies.

The Dow’s slide was especially bad news.

It was down 3% at 2,931.

The benchmark S&P 500 index was down 2.4%.

The Dow lost more than 9% in the last two weeks, and it is still down more than 1,000.

The S&amps were down 1.3% on Thursday.

The Nasdaq was down 5.1%.

The FTSE 100 was down 8.9%.

The Nas also fell, but fell by only 2.3%.

Investors who had been buying shares in the S&ams are now buying dollars.

The result?

The Dow is down almost 4% since May.

What caused the plunge?

Investors are waiting for an update from the Federal Reserve on the way to ending its $5.2 trillion stimulus package, but it will likely take a while.

The Fed said it will start winding up its stimulus program later this month, and there are several big uncertainties that have caused investors to buy and sell assets.

The economy could shrink again, with inflation picking up.

The Federal Reserve has been buying $85 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities that were supposed to help slow the economic slowdown, but they have also helped push the U.,S.

economy down.

“We think that the unemployment rate will remain high for the foreseeable future,” Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Thursday when asked about the economy.

“The labor market continues to strengthen.

We think that inflation will continue to be relatively subdued, and inflation expectations will remain fairly high.

But we are not ruling out the possibility that unemployment could increase in the future.”

Fed officials are also worried about the impact of a possible new global trade deal that the Trump administration is negotiating with China.

The agreement could hurt American manufacturers, particularly small businesses that are struggling to make a living in the U of A. The trade deal is the biggest economic development in decades, but some economists are concerned that the pact could hurt U.F.O. producers that are looking to invest abroad.

Investors are also fretting about the possibility of a recession, which could trigger a wave of layoffs and job losses.

The markets have been in a bear market for a long time.

In the last five years, the Dow has lost more $1.4 billion in market value.

This was a record-high for the Dow and is still the worst decline since the 2007-2008 stock market crisis.

How did the stock market fall?

The U,F.S., is the world’s second-largest economy.

The index has declined more than 11% in a year.

It has been on a downward spiral since the beginning of the year, with stocks falling by more than 40% in January.

The market is also down 7% in July, with the Dow down almost 12%.

The U of S. has a reputation for being one of the most efficient economies in the world, but many of its companies are struggling.

The recent recession has had a ripple effect throughout the economy, and some companies have closed or moved operations abroad.

The drop in stocks has hurt the economy in every sector of the economy and created an overall loss of jobs.

The financial sector is the most affected.

“For years, financial services has been a major contributor to the recovery,” said Ryan Pomerleau, an economist at U. of T Scarborough.

“But it is seeing its share of losses, especially in financial services.”

What is the recovery?

The economy is in the midst of a historic economic turnaround.

The unemployment rate has dropped from 8.3%, the highest in more than three