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Back To Credit Crunch Lows

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Will brutal bank earnings cause the stock market to fall back to its August credit crunch lows? And what do the charts say about this earnings-fueled sell-off?

Oppenheimer Chief Market Technician Carter Worth joins the panel for this conversation. Following are excerpts.

Worth shows the panel a chart of the stock exchanges from the G7 nations and says the pattern suggests to him that there might be more trouble ahead. On a technical basis Worth thinks the S&P is ready to roll over. “We appear to be headed for a global recession," says Worth.

For more of Carter Worth’s technical analysis of the markets watch this video.

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