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Stocks plunged sharply to log their worst day in six weeks Wednesday as investors were rattled by fears over the euro zone crisis.
Fears that Italy, the world's third largest debtor nation, cannot afford its obligations shook world markets, sending investors into the relative safety of the U.S. dollar and Treasurys.
Matthew Cheslock, Cohen Capital Group, discusses Europe's heavy weight on markets now.
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Rumors that Apple is slowing production of its wildly popular iPhone 4s are "a total joke," Piper Jaffray's senior research analyst told CNBC Wednesday.
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In order to turn around losses from worries over Italy, the markets will need a catalyst, says Luisa Longo, TradeMaven senior trader. "I don't see us going significantly higher unless we have some good news," she adds.
Futures declined sharply Wednesday as a spike in Italian bond yields to a euro era record spooked investors and amid uncertainty whether a new government in Italy can tackle the nation's debt crisis.
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Financial markets will again be put to the test Wednesday by developments in Italy, which investors fear could drag down the world economy if it does not get its fiscal house in order soon.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street Wednesday as investors still watched Europe with caution after Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi announced he would step down once a series of austerity measures had been put in place.
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