These stocks that were hit hard in the sell-off may be due for an oversold bounce

A Valero Energy gas station in San Francisco.
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In Monday's aggressive stock sell-off, certain shares fell past a key threshold that suggest they were oversold — a trader term meaning they are due for a rebound as markets stabilize.

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