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A look back at the 'fear index'

All Markets Videos
  • Biotech stocks crushed under political pressure 

    Drug makers are coming under fire for price-gouging, sending biotech socks plummeting.

  • Crude truth behind oil's global boom 

    Market Movers & Shakers explores the importance of oil prices and why we should keep watch of when prices rise and fall.

  • Investors await Fed decision on rates 

    The Fed is keeping an eye on market volatility as it prepares to make a decision on raising its key interest rate for the first time in a decade. Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Adviser at Allianz, explains why he thinks it should wait to raise rates.

  • Stocks plunge again. Now what?  

    Investors are very anxious due to China slowdown fears. But this market correction was long overdue. Now is a time to sit tight and resist the urge to panic.

  • Stocks: 'Simply no place to hide' 

    Stocks took another nosedive on Tuesday following global markets and oil in the red across the board. One trader said of the market, 'They're kind of throwing the baby out with the bathwater.'

  • What a wild week for stocks! 

    A week that started with the Dow's record 1,000-point drop turned around. Stocks finished the week in the green after the best 2-day rally since 2008.

  • Dow gains 619 points in a huge rebound 

    After multiple days of losses and incredible volatility along the way, stocks rebounded with force on Wednesday, up almost 4%.

  • What the heck is going on with stocks? 

    CNN's Richard Quest explains the extreme volatility in the stock market and why you should be thinking about the long-term trend, rather than the daily swings.

  • U.S. stocks rebound from huge losses 

    After a rollercoaster day on Monday that concluded three days of major losses for stocks, investors started buying again on Tuesday, and they are moving the market up.