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Three straight days of moves of at least 1% for stocks, marks the first time since 1963 that the S&P 500 followed an extended period of calm—43 days—with a trio of such choppy trading days.

Wall Street’s ‘fear gauge’ shows it’s about to get ugly in the stock market

The CBOE Volatility Index, often used as a measure of fear in the market, is up about 20% on Tuesday, implying that investors are increasing bets that stocks could suffer a near-term shock.

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