The Nasdaq Composite, however, is getting close. As the chart shows, it would take a slide to 3,922.17 to mark a 10% fall from the March 5 closing high at 4,357.97 (a 10% pullback from the March 6 intraday high of 4,371.71 would be achieved at 3,934.54).
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The Nasdaq Composite (CCMP) Index fell for the week, while the Standard & Poor's 500 touched a record, as a selloff in the bull market's biggest winners overshadowed optimism on Federal Reserve monetary stimulus.
Investors will take what they can get, I guess, from a Monday recovery rally that wasn't the picture of health. The Nasdaq Composite finished with a 0.6% rise, at 4022.69. A gain is a gain, right? Yes and no. This one came only after the index lost its ...