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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Wall Street just suffered the worst day of the Trump presidency.

The Dow closed down 666 points, or 2.5%, its biggest percentage decline since the Brexit turmoil in June 2016 and steepest point decline since the 2008 financial crisis.

A strong jobs report showed wage growth is finally starting to pick up. That great news for workers, but it reinforced investors concern about inflation and the bond market.

“It all about rates. Asset prices and the economy have become addicted to low rates,” said Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer at the Bleakley Financial Group. “Sentiment got euphoric. There is more froth that needs to be taken off.”

The sell off knocked the Dow well below 26,000. Both the Dow and S 500 suffered their biggest weekly drops since early 2016 roughly 4% each.

Political turmoil is adding to the uncertainty. Market analysts pointed to the clash between the Trump administration and the FBI as another concern.

“There looks like a breakdown of the institutions in our country,” said Ian Winer, head of equities at Wedbush Securities. “No matter what side you on, that not good.”

While the point decline on the Dow was large, it paled in comparison with the scary days of the financial crisis. Friday decline was 2.5%. The Dow plummeted nearly 8% on a single day in October 2008.

The stock market is much calmer these days, thanks to a strong economy, record corporate profits and the huge business tax cut enacted by President Trump and Republicans in Congress.

Even with this week slump, the S 500 is just 3.9% below its all time high.

But the tranquility that has defined Wall Street stunning rally since the election has been punctured. The VIX, a measure of market volatility, soared 55% this week.

January jobs report didn settle the market down. The economy added 200,000 jobs in January, and wages grew at the fastest pace in eight years.

But if wages grow too fast, they could eat into Corporate America record profit margins.

The other concern: Wage growth could be a sign that inflation,
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which has been mysteriously low for years, may heat up. That would force the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates faster than investors may be comfortable with.

Those worries are showing up in the bond market. The 10 year Treasury yield reached a four year high of 2.85% on Friday. It was at about 2.4% at the start of the year.

Some investors are worried rates could climb high enough to slow the economy by raising borrowing costs. They also worry that higher returns on bonds will make stocks look less attractive by comparison.

“Those rising rates are making it harder to say there is no alternative to stocks,” said David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Funds.

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan said this week that both stocks and bonds are in a “bubble.”

Of course, this week slide does little to dent the overall gains the market has achieved since President Trump victory. The Dow and the Nasdaq have climbed more than 40% apiece since the 2016 election. The S 500 has advanced for 10 consecutive months. That hasn happened since 1959.

Even stock market bulls have long said that a pause or even a dip would help prevent the market from overheating.

“We just gone too far, too fast,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at B. Riley FBR. “We had this perfection of 2% higher every week and that really is just not reality.”

Some market analysts said the political controversy over the release of the disputed GOP memo is rattling Wall Street.

“You got trouble in the Department of Justice and the FBI at the senior level,” said Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James.

“It all hit when the market was ready to go down anyway. It just accelerated it,” Saut said.

Wedbush Winer said the biggest risk is that Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the election, is fired.

“If Bob Mueller is challenged in a firing, or a prelude to a firing, then you going to have a problem,” he said.

Other market analysts think Friday drop has little to do with Washington.

“We not drawing a connection between the political headlines and the market. Valuations for stocks are high, and we were due for a pullback,” said Luke Tilley, chief economist for Wilmington Trust.
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It will also be the first two day drop totaling 1,000 points for the Dow since August 2015, when investors were worried about the Chinese economy. The Dow was much lower then, so the decline was significantly worse in percentage terms.

The Nasdaq slumped more than 2% on Monday, quickly turned positive, then sank again.

Analysts said there weren any new developments that led to the extreme selling on Monday. Instead, they blamed continued fears about inflation and spiking bond yields.

are dealing with the shock of seeing real inflation for the first time in a while, said Bruce McCain, chief investment strategist at Key Private Bank.

The recent plunge has pushed stocks closer to what called a correction, or a 10% decline from its most recent high point.

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signaling what analysts call a pullback.

The turbulence on Wall Street led a White House spokesman to say aboard Air Force One on Monday that do fluctuate in the short term. He added, fundamentals of the economy are very strong and cited historically low unemployment.

Thenervousness spread to overseas markets. and 2.5% in Japan.

CNNMoney Fear Greed Indexis flashing underlining a major shift in market sentiment from a week ago when it was sitting in greed. The VIX volatility index surged 47% on Monday after spiking 50% last week. economy, turned negative for 2018 for the first time.

got stretched and that led to a cascading effect today, said Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA Research. market has to correct itself a resetting of the dials before this bull market can continue.

Investors main concern is the selloff in the bond market. The 10 year Treasury yield, which moves opposite price, spiked to a four year high of 2.85% on Friday. It a dramatic swing from 2.4% at the start of 2018. Higher yields could make normally boring bonds look more attractive when compared with risky stocks. economy looks very healthy. Friday jobs report showed that wages grew at thefastest pace since 2009. That a welcome shift by workers who have been dealing with anemic raises for years.

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However, Wall Street is starting to get worried that the environment of slow growth and mysteriously low inflation may be ending. Stronger inflation would force the Federal Reserve to raise rates more aggressively than investors may be comfortable with. And more robust wage gains could eat into record high corporate profits.

No matter the cause, the stock market was long overdue to take a breather. Before Friday, the S 500 had gone the longest stretch ever without a 3% pullback. Now the S 500 record long period without a 5% retreat is in jeopardy.

While they can be scary, market pullbacks prevent stocks from overheating and give investors who were stuck on the sideline a chance to get in. Janet Yellen, who just stepped down as Fed chief, told PBS on Friday that she still believes valuations generally are elevated. the recent turmoil, the Dow remains up almost 40% since President Trump election. The robust performance has been driven by strong corporate profits, healthy economic growth and excitement about the Republican tax cut for businesses.

Analysts at Bespoke Investment Group urged calm.

a deep breath, the firm wrote in a research note on Friday. those investors that may have forgotten, this is what a market decline feels like. question is whether the market retreat deepens or whether investors buy at the dip, a mentality that has supported stocks for months.
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Unfired armor piercing bullets found inside the Las Vegas hotel room where the attack was launched on Oct. 1 contained the fingerprints of ammunition dealer Douglas Haig of Arizona, according to the complaint filed in federal court in Phoenix. It says Haig didn’t have a license to manufacture armor piercing ammunition.

The records don’t say if the ammunition was used in the attack. Haig was charged shortly before holding a news conference Friday where he said didn’t notice anything suspicious when he sold 720 rounds of ammunition to Stephen Paddock in the weeks before the attack that killed 58 people.

Haig, a 55 year old aerospace engineer who sold ammunition as a hobby for about 25 years, said he met Paddock at a Phoenix gun show in the weeks before the shooting and he was well dressed and polite.

He didn’t have the quantity of tracer ammunition on hand that Paddock was seeking, so Paddock contacted him a few days later and lined up a sale at Haig’s home in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa. Tracer bullets contain a pyrotechnic charge that illuminates the path of fired bullets so shooters can see whether their aim is correct.

Haig said he was shocked and sickened when a federal agent informed him of the massacre 11 hours after it unfolded.

“I had no contribution to what Paddock did,” Haig said, adding that there was nothing unusual about the type or quantity of ammunition Paddock bought. “I had no way to see into his mind.”

Haig’s lawyer said they held the news conference in a bid to protect his reputation after he was revealed earlier this week to be a “person of interest” in the investigation. Haig’s identity emerged by mistake after his name was not redacted in court documents.

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Two minutes into the fourth quarter, Niagara Falls had just forced another McKinley turnover. Jacelyn Jefferson got the steal and passed to Cassidy Frank down the middle of the court. On a two on one, Frank passed to Luxury Ubiles on the low block. Frank then got the pass right back to finish the fast break perhaps the most crisp possession for either team.

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NF (5 5, 3 4 Niagara Frontier League) suffered its fourth league loss of the year to rival Grand Island last week. It responded with a dominating performance against McKinley.

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“She’s very tough to stop down low and she gets fouled a lot,” Tiberi said after the game. “And she’s got an outside game too. . She brings that every night, that’s something we didn’t have last year, someone who can almost every night bring a double double to the table.”

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In the developed world where immigrants have become a hot political topic in almost every country, 2017 seems to have started on a bad note for Indian IT workers. The famed Indian IT workers, who have become a core part of almost all big technology firms, are now facing a new unfavourable visa re

In the developed world where immigrants have become a hot political topic in almost every country, 2017 seems to have started on a bad note for Indian IT workers. The famed Indian IT workers, who have become a core part of almost all big technology firms, are now facing a new unfavourable visa regime in several countries. The Indian programmers, with computer science and IT degrees, also face pushback in UK and Singapore.

It was long time in coming but now that politicians have become part of the debate, the pushback against Indian IT workers has gained some steam. US president Donald Trump, when he campaigned in 2015 and 2016, made it a point to emphasise again and again how foreigners were taking away the jobs from natives in the US. Similar sentiments have been shared in other countries, including in the UK and a few more European nations.

New US directive comes into effect

Now that Trump is the president in the US, lawmakers and regulatory bodies have already started putting into practice what was just a talk earlier. Lawmakers in the US have proposed several bills that they say will reform the immigration system in the US and will ensure that the H 1B visa system in not “exploited” by Indian companies. But even as the US debates those bills, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has come out with a new directive that says that people coming into the country using the H 1B visa need to be the “experts” and “skilled” workers and not just regular computer programmers.

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“Based on the current version of the Handbook, the fact that a person may be employed as a computer programmer and may use information technology skills and knowledge to help an enterprise achieve its goals in the course of his or her job is not sufficient to establish the position as a specialty occupation,” notes the DHS directive. “Thus, a petitioner may not rely solely on the Handbook to meet its burden when seeking to sponsor a beneficiary for a computer programmer position. Instead, a petitioner must provide other evidence to establish that the particular position is one in a specialty occupation.”

In other words, if you are just a computer programmer with the regular degree in computer sciences or information technology, you are no longer welcome in the US. This will hit the IT employees, who do not have advanced degrees and no MCA or regular BTech in computer science may not count hard as they will find their H 1B visa applications getting scrutinised more closely in the US.

The idea behind the move is that the H 1B visa is actually for very skilled workers who have specialised knowledge. It is believed that such workers add to the economy of the US, even if they are foreigners by bringing the knowledge and skills that are unique. In comparison, the regular computer programmers and IT workers don’t add anything to the economy. They just take way the job from a native US computer science graduate, or so believes the officials at the DHS.

In fact, the US politicians have argued that India IT workers aren’t send to US by companies like Infosys and others because they are specially skilled and knowledge. Instead, these companies get the H 1B visas and then use them to send Indian IT workers to the US cities because these workers are cheaper. They can paid lower than what these companies will have to pay to a native worker for the same work. This is the reason a few US lawmakers have even argued that the H 1B should have a clause that restricts its use for low paying jobs.

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The salary part is something that UK is taking very seriously. In November last year it issued fresh guidelines on immigration raising the amount of minimum salary for IT professionals under various categories so that companies don’t bring cheap labour from outside the UK. Instead the country wants companies to train the local workers for such positions. And it also levied a new Pounds 1000 charge per year every time company moved a foreigner to a UK based position. The charge is designed to cut down on the number of businesses taking on migrant workers and incentivise training British staff to fill those jobs,?? PTI quoted the UK Home office as saying.

In other words, if you are just a computer programmer with the regular degree in computer sciences or information technology, you are no longer welcome in the US

The new rules are now coming into effect in the UK. Singapore, meanwhile, is pushing back against the visa applications by Indian IT workers since 2014. A report by Economic Times notes that Singapore too has increased the minimum salary for migrant workers in a bid to push companies to hire more local employees. It has also asked companies to advertise for jobs for locally before those jobs are filled with Indian workers. “Since February 2016, it has been withholding decisions on work permit applications of Indian companies,” notes the ET report.

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The idea everywhere, from the Us to the UK, seems to be that the work visas should be allowed for people with truly unique expertise. So for example people with PhD in machine learning are better candidates for the H 1B visa. The argument is that lower salaries are the reason many Indian workers end up getting the H 1B and not because they are more skilled.

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Nasscom, which counts major Indian IT firms among its members, says that new rules in the US may not affect Indian companies much. But it does seem to acknowledge that Indian IT companies need to be careful in selecting who they send to the US with a H 1B visa. “The clarifying guidance should have little impact on Nasscom members as this has been the adjudicatory practice for years and also as several of our member executives have noted recently, they are applying for visas for higher level professionals this year,” said a Nasscom spokesperson.
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