(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks tumbled at the start of 2016, falling to their lowest levels since mid-October, as a rout in Chinese equities renewed concern that an economic slowdown there will damp global growth.
Investors returning to the market after the New Year’s holiday are facing a selloff that spread from China to Europe, and a reminder of the worries that dragged down stocks in August, sending the S&P 500 to its first correction in four years. Technology, banks and industrial companies in the gauge all fell more than 2%.
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