Early on, it seemed like the market might finally take a break from its long run of declines. Yet in the end, fears about the viability of the euro and the impact that European chaos would have on the global economy pulled the Dow Jones Industrials
Amid the carnage, though, several stocks stood out with particularly bad performances today. Alcoa
If you're still reeling from filing your tax returns last month, you can imagine how Hewlett-Packard
Finally, Home Depot
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