Markets continued to ignore premarket futures trading Thursday, with all three indices spending the entire day in the red.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.6%, or nearly 400 points, to 24,500, while the Nasdaq declined 1.48%, or 104 points, to 6,946, and the S&P 500 dropped 1.3%, or 34 points to 2,647.

Here are the stories driving market movements Thursday. 

Is It Over Yet?

No, the market selloff is not over yet, and Brian Sozzi has some thoughts on why it could get even worse

Is Nvidia Immune?

Nvidia (NVDA) has a 20% upside, according to Stephen Guilfoyle. Read why here

Yum Brands Is Looking Tasty

The Pizza Hut and KFC parent company had a great fourth quarter and announced a $200 million partnership today. 

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