S&P 500 Trades Near Session Low
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S&P 500 traded near session lows Tuesday afternoon, falling nearly 0.5%.
Speaking on Bloomberg TV, Carl Icahn warned of asset bubbles, and he said he thinks there will be a day of reckoning for the economy.
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