Stocks stumble as investors fear worsening economy (AP)

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg leaves the Blue Room after he presented his city budget proposal for fiscal years 2009-2013, in New York's City's Hall Friday Jan. 30, 2009. Mayor Michael Bloomberg says Wall Street firms are expected to lose a total of $47.2 billion for 2008, and even more in 2009. The figures are devastating for New York City. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, Pool)AP – Stocks slumped for a second straight day Friday as investors took a milder-than-expected reading on the economy as a sign that the worst is yet to come. The Dow Jones industrials sank about 100 points, while the broader indexes fell more than 1 percent.

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