If you've been waiting for stocks to get cheaper, you've been waiting a long time now. But finally, the stock market looks like it's in line to deliver its first big drop of 2012, as reawakening fears about whether the Greek sovereign debt deal will go through combine with renewed potential for a global economic slowdown to deliver a crushing blow to the bull argument. Just before 2 p.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrials
As you'd expect on such a down day, there was a lot of red ink among individual stocks. The worst offenders were those that had benefited the most from the bullishness early on this year. Bank of America
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