Stocks slide on anniversary of 1987 crash

Stocks are set for a slide this morning, just a day after closing above the 23,000 milestone for the first time ever. This all comes on the 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Myles Udland, Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss the big stories of the day.

Today’s topics:

  • Stocks set to slide at open a day after Dow closes above 23,000
  • Apple shares fall on iPhone 8 demand worries
  • Senate gets ready to vote on crucial budget measure
  • 30th anniversary of ’87 crash: Then and now
  • MongoDB makes market debut on Nasdaq under ticker ‘MDB’
  • Fed Chair Yellen to meet with Trump today
  • Verizon higher after top and bottom lines beat
  • Amex down on CEO departure despite positive earnings
  • Nike falls after Goldman Sachs downgrade
  • Blue Apron lays off 6% of workforce
  • Gilead up on FDA approval of lymphoma drug
  • Vanguard investors to vote on companies associated with genocide
  • Walmart is close to partnering with Lord & Taylor
  • Cities go crazy in bid for Amazon’s second HQ

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