Interpreting Monday's Stock Market Volatility
What we need to do here is kind of look at what China is doing...They're looking in the long run as to how this is going to affect their economy. - Jay Sukits
Stock prices fluctuated wildly on Monday and the Dow Jones industrial average fell over 1,000 points after the opening bell before recovering much of those losses and then dropping again nearly 700 points in late afternoon trading. What's causing all the volatility? We put that question to University of Pittsburgh business professor Jay Sukits and look at how these developments might impact the region.
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