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Stock are starting the fourth quarter on a rough note. The Dow Jones Industrial ended down 237 points Wednesday.
Vivint Solar (VSLR) is now at the NYSE after pricing at the low range of its initial public offering at $16 a share.
The Dow Jones Industrial dropped triple digits in midday trading Wednesday on an array of concerns including ISIS, Ebola and economic slowdown overseas.
Analysts on Wall Street are downgrading eBay (EBAY), Tyson Foods (TSN) is upgraded and Boeing (BA) is a 'Top Pick' in Wednesday's Analysts' Actions.
U.S. stocks are starting the fourth quarter lower. The ADP data showed private employers added slightly more jobs in September than expected.
Stocks ended Tuesday's roller coaster trading in the red but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq still posted quarterly gains.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, eBay (EBAY)and Kellog (K) are downgraded while GoPro (GPRO) gets its price target lifted.
Stocks fluctuated in midday trading Tuesday, bouncing back in the green after erasing opening gains. Investors were disappointed by today's economic reports on housing and the consumer.
Stocks are looking to recover from Monday's losses as investors keep a close eye on pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Stocks closed with losses Monday but significantly off session lows.