The Dow Jones Industrial Average
The day's news was dominated by more trading glitches. They weren't quite as dramatic as the "flash crash" of 2010, when trading errors pushed shares of Accenture all the way down to a penny, but the day opened with odd trading activity in 148 companies.
On to the losers
Today's wild trading action led to big morning moves, but by midday, most of the affected stocks had moved back to their closing price the previous day.
In the Dow, the biggest drop came courtesy of Hewlett-Packard
Two other companies seeing big drops today had interesting after-hours reversals. Yelp
Likewise, First Solar
Gone today, here tomorrow
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