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Equities were caught up in a global selloff on Friday, triggered by changes to Chinese market regulation.
Wall Street ends the week on a dour note, taking direction from a global selloff.
U.S. stocks hit fresh session lows as selling escalates in late-day trading Friday.
Stocks were deep in the red in midday trading Friday with Wall Street caught up in a global sell-off after China clamped down on market regulation.
U.S. stocks slump on Friday after changes to Chinese market regulation trigger a global selloff.
Stocks were under pressure Friday morning with Wall Street caught in the crossfire of a global market sell-off.
U.S. stock futures turn sharply lower on Friday, caught in the crossfire of global worries over a change in regulations in China and as Greece barrels toward a debt deadline.
Stocks gave up all gains by market close Thursday as weaker economic data pressured and worries over Greece's future lingered.
Stocks give up all gains by market close Thursday after a choppy session with no clear direction.
Stocks extend slight gains on Thursday afternoon as oil futures close their sixth session of gains and seal a record closing high for the year.