Maria Bartiromo discusses Monday's top business and financial stories, and looks ahead to tomorrow.
(Watch her on-air: CNBC TV's Closing Bell.)
Topics discussed in video above:
Stocks plunged as much as 800 points intraday Monday, with the Dow closing down 369.88, or 3.6 percent, at 9955.50. It was the first time in four years that the Dow has closed below 10,000.
Oil prices. Global slowdown fears caused U.S. light, sweet crude to trade down $6.07, or 6.5 percent, settling at $87.81 a barrel.
Gold. The stock slide drove a flight to tangible assets, especially gold, which gained $33, or 4 percent, per ounce.
Bank of America reported (disappointing) earnings two weeks early; BofA will be cutting its dividend in half.
EBay announced massive layoffs and a buyout of electronic billing firm Bill Me Later.
Tuesday's earnings reports:
- YUM! Brands
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