Ebola fears sparked a deep dive on Wall Street Wednesday. The Dow plummeted 460 points at the height of the sell-off. It recovered some of those losses and closed down by 173 points.
The deadly virus has been weighing on investors. Stocks have tumbled since Ebola arrived in the United States. In just the past 5 days, the Dow has fallen 5 percent.
OutFront, Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group and Dr. Alexander Van tull-eh-kin a CNN Medical Analyst.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 335 points on Thursday. It was the biggest point drop of the year for the Dow. The Nasdaq and S&P both sunk 2%.
Investors are concerned about economic growth in Europe and what kind of impact a slowdown in those countries could have on the U.S. economy.
Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group is OutFront.
The Dow tumbled more than 300 points Monday afternoon, or almost 2%, after a much worse-than-expected reading on manufacturing activity. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq were down more than 2%.
Companies like Microsoft and G.E. were also down 3 percent. And AT&T fell more than 4 percent. So far this year, the Dow is down 1,200 points.
OutFront: Brent Wilsey, President of Wilsey Asset Management.