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Wall Street tumbles on growing concerns over economic growth

S&P 500 index back at near two-year lows; airlines, cruises fall on cancellations due to Hurricane Ian; CarMax slumps on missing second-quarter expectations

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City (Photo: Reuters)

Wall Street tumbled on Thursday on worries of a global economic downturn from aggressive central bank policy and fears that a rout in global currency and debt markets could spillover to stocks.

The Nasdaq fell 3% due to losses in megacap growth names such as Inc, Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Meta Platforms Inc and Tesla Inc . They were down between 3.09% and 6.25%.

The S&P 500 slipped to its lowest level since November 30, 2020, and was now set for a monthly decline of nearly 8%.

The benchmark index had recorded its first gain in seven sessions on Wednesday on easing

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First Published: Sep 29 2022 | 8:01 PM IST

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