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Using data from Kensho, a tool designed to quantify historical market events, CNBC Pro analyzed what to buy if the drop in tech shares keeps going.
H&R Block was the biggest laggard in the S&P 500 Wednesday. It hit a 52-week low to nearly 15 percent following a disappointing tax season.
Boston Scientific rose after the firm reported better-than-expected quarterly results.
Research shows companies reporting late in the season see their stock fall further and faster than those reporting early.
Stifel Nicolaus analyst Aaron Rakers is modeling a 9 percent revenue decline for 2016 and a return to growth next year.
A risk and rotation trend has emerged in the markets as Wall Street braces for its fourth-consecutive quarter of negative earnings growth.
The Fed is more focused on overseas developments than at any time since the Asian financial crisis, Steven Wieting says.
Buffalo Wild Wings fell more than 10 percent after the company posted quarterly results that left CNBC's Jim Cramer baffled.
The Fed is expected to hold interest rates steady Wednesday, but divisions within the central bank may show up in the wording of its statement, confusing markets.
Twitter's stock fell more than 15 percent after the tech firm posted guidance that disappointed Wall Street.
The IMF lowered its growth forecasts for Latin America and the Caribbean on Wednesday, predicting a continued recession in the region in 2016.
Dr. Pepper Snapple on Wednesday reported earnings that topped analysts' expectations.
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