October 15th, 2014
08:08 PM ET

Ebola fears cause deep dive on Wall Street

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.

Market 'freak out': Stocks rebound from scary plunge

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.

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