Why you should take the stock market plunge: The data behind it

The stock market has been down a whopping 20% since mid-April, but it’s now trending up thanks to the Trump administration’s deregulation of Wall Street.

But the biggest news is that the S&P 500 is down nearly 3% and the Nasdaq is down 3.3%.

The data, and the numbers, are in.

Here are the facts:The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 790 points last month to 4,094.06.

The S&amps was down 2,865 points to 6,842.71.

The Nasdaq was down 5,943 points to 9,852.37.

On Wednesday, the CBOE Volatility index, a measure of market volatility, fell to its lowest level since December 2009.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell by 3.4%.

The Nasdaq dropped by 3%, while the Dow dropped by 4.7%.

The S&ams Dow Jones index dropped by 6.2%, while its Nasdaq index dropped 6.7%On Thursday, the S.&amp%t Volatility Index hit a record high of 2,711.25, with the Dow falling 3.7%, the NasDAQ dropping by 3%The S.P.E.C. index, which tracks stock prices and indexes, hit a five-year high of 5,874.40 on Thursday, according to data from the U.S. Labor Department.

The index rose by 1.2%.