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Far from LA's Sunset Boulevard, the cast of 'Shah's of Sunset' rang Wednesday's closing bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite (NDAQ) in Times Square.
A down day for U.S. markets Wednesday with the Dow dropping triple digits.
Stocks fell on Wall Street at Wednesday's midday trading with the Dow down triple digits.
Stocks dropped on the ADP report showing the private sector created fewer jobs than expected in February.
Stocks set up for another day of losses at Wednesday's opening bell.
Stocks pulled back from record highs but finished off their lows Tuesday with the Dow down 85 points and the Nasdaq slipping under the 5,000 level.
Investors are taking a breather one day after a record run on Wall Street.
Stocks pulled back at Tuesday's opening bell as auto sales look to drive the markets as they roll in throughout the day.
Stocks kicked off the new month strong with the Nasdaq closing above 5,000, the first time since March 2000 at the peak of the tech bubble.
Stocks are in rally rode at Monday's midday trading with the Nasdaq touching 5,000 for the first time since March 2000.