Big chill gives market bad month
NEW YORK — A selloff in emerging markets sent a cold chill down Wall Street, triggering a slide on Friday and making January its worst month since May 2012 after one of its best years in more than a decade.
For January, the Dow tumbled 5.3 percent and the S&P 500 slid 3.6 percent — their worst monthly percentage declines since May 2012.
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