The Dow Jones industrial average fell 205 points in Tuesday trading to close at 15,666, the fourth consecutive trading day the blue chips have fallen by 200 points or more.
The S&P 500 fell 26 points to 1,868.
The Nasdaq fell 20 points to 4,506.
The LABJ Stock Index fell two points to 211.
Gainers and Losers
Though markets were down overall, 58 local stocks ticked up Tuesday. Just 10 local companies saw gains Monday. Among stocks trading above $1, agricultural biotech Ceres Inc. was Tuesday’s biggest local gainer. Shares of the company rose 11 percent on the day, closing at $1.17.
Tuesday’s biggest loser was digital media firm Point.360. Shares of the Glassell Park company fell 9 percent on the day, closing at $1.
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