Now to the closing numbers on the market,
Wall Street fell Thursday for a third straight session, as investors considered fast-dimming prospects for fiscal stimulus before the U.S. election and a host of new virus-related restrictions in Europe.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged point-oh-seven percent and the S&P also fell nearly point-2 percent.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ dropped point-5 percent to finish at 11,713.87.
Oil prices, fell, with Brent Crude falling point-3 percent.
WTI also fell point-1 percent to 41-dollars a barrel.