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NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street pulled back sharply Tuesday as investors worried about fundamental economic problems as well as the ongoing fallout from credit market problems and stocks' own volatility. The Dow Jones industrials skidded more than 200 points.
European shares closed sharply higher Monday, with financials and miners back in favor after heavy selling late last week, as investors took heart from central banks' moves to calm money markets.
Wall Street gave up a moderate gain in late trading and closed marginally lower Monday after the Federal Reserve and other central banks added more cash to their banking systems, helping investors set aside some concerns about credit tightness.
Stock Market Signals: A weekly column on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia by G.M. Teoh
The volatility in equity markets is transforming into a liquidity crisis which last week also hit the ordinaryinvestor when stock markets worldwide fell steeply. No one knows how wide and deep the crisis will spread.