Here Are the Stories Wall Street Was Watching Friday

Markets were led to the slaughter Friday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its sixth-worst decline in history by points, falling by 669.06 to close at 25,518 on the day. The Nasdaq dropped nearly 2%, falling 144.92 points to 7,240.95 and the S&P 500 dropped 2.13%, or 60 points, to 2,762.

Here are the stories investors were paying attention to Friday. 

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