(CNN) The Dow has dropped for six days straight, its longest losing streak since Halloween. The index is now down more than 2% for the year -- and that's not what investors want to see.
Stocks fell again Thursday, taking the Dow to its lowest level since early February.
So what's going on? Blame the slump on jitters ahead of the critical monthly jobs reported out Friday morning or nervousness about the Federal Reserve's "liftoff" plans to raise interest rates for the first time in about a decade. But the more immediate concerns are earnings. There's a meltdown going in media stocks. And coffee stocks. And at least one electric car maker.
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