Dow down 300, tech leads losses, Snowflake drops


A steep sell-off in major technology shares dragged the Nasdaq Composite back into correction territory. Meanwhile, investors remained on edge about the outlook of further coronavirus stimulus as well as the timing of a viable vaccine. Snowflake — the biggest software IPO ever — fell sharply after its shares more than doubled in the market debut Wednesday. Here’s what’s happening: 



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