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The Dow Jones has fallen in six of the last seven trading days, and is 3.2% off its mid-September record close. U.S. markets fell across the board Tuesday as investor grew worried about the global economy following a poor growth forecast for the eurozone nations.

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This isn't September 2008. No Wall Street firms are in danger of going belly up. The market hasn't just suffered a Flash Crash like in May 2010. Heck, it's not even August 2011 -- when investors were rattled by the credit rating downgrade of the United States by Standard & Poor's. But investors are acting as if they just saw the famous shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho."

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Nevada’s jobs market continued to improve in August, with unemployment dropping to a six-year low as builders and professional firms added workers. Unemployment statewide dropped to 7.6 percent in the month, down from 7.7 percent in July and 9.8 percent in August 2013, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation said Friday. Employers added 300 more jobs than usual in August, pushing the year-over-year rise in job formation to 3.5 percent. The national rate has been averaging about 1.5 percent.

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