It was a fairly volatile day in the markets, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average
A larger-than-expected $650 billion loan deal buoying some 500 European banks helped take the sour taste out of investors' mouths after Oracle reported its first earnings miss in a decade and lowered guidance. Naturally, the biggest losers today were all tech companies, save United Technologies
As investors worried that Oracle's quarterly report wasn't a one-off, IBM
Looking outside the Dow, the Nasdaq fared the worst, dropping 1%, while the S&P 500
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