New lows overwhelm the Nasdaq during a historically volatile December

With more selling pressure this week, an average of 7% more stocks on the Nasdaq have fallen to 52-week lows than risen to 52-week highs. That's among the worst readings in 25 years. This is also one of the most volatile Decembers in the history of the Nasdaq Composite. Similar conditions usually preceded a rebound.

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