Mass Exodus

June 1962
The article focuses on the performance of the New York Stock Market in 1962. Investors close the Dow-Jones industrial average down to 560.28. A predictable rebound of the market exists as short sellers move in to replace at bargain prices stock that they had borrowed when it was higher. The lowest performing stocks are those the formerly high-riding growth issues.


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