What to Know About the Latest Market Crash

The U.S. stock market is trading below its long-term average.

It’s also at a record low in the long-dated stock market index, which tracks companies’ earnings and performance.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 5,912 points or 0.1% to 23,541.26.

The S&P 500 is down 0.2% to 2,923.19.

The Dow’s move was the biggest since the U.K. benchmark index lost almost 6,000 points on Thursday after a surprise vote by the country’s top Brexit government.

The U,S.

and U.KS. are the worst performers in the Dow, with the S&P 500 losing 1,854 points or 3.2%.

The market is in a tailspin as investors scramble to avoid a potential global economic slowdown.

The economy has been in recession since late 2015, when President Donald Trump declared a halt to U.N.-sponsored efforts to curb climate change.

The president is under fire from both the Democrats and Republicans in Congress for his decision to impose a temporary ban on U.s. entry into the U,K.

and Europe.