S&P 500 on course to confirm correction territory, falls 10% from Jan peak By Reuters
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(Reuters) – The tumbled on Monday, on track to confirm a correction as it shed more than 10% from its record closing high on Jan. 3, the first trading session of this year.
The benchmark index was last down 2.2% at 10:03 a.m. EST (1503 GMT).
A correction is confirmed when an index closes 10% or more lower than its record closing level.
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