Another triple digit drop for the blue chips as the markets fell for a third session Monday. Airline stocks plummeted as Ebola fears still weighed on investors' minds. Delta (DAL), American (AAL) and United Continental (UAL) closed with significant losses. Used car sales declining is what Lithia Motors (LAD) is blaming for cutting its earnings outlook. The stock was punished for the warning, falling 20%. Other auto retailers also were hit. Auto Nation (AN) slid 8%. CarMax (KMX) dropped 3.73%. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) is back in the U.S. and debuted on the New York Stock Exchange. Railroad companies managed to go against the trend and close in the green. CSX (CSX) led the gains after reports it rejected a merger bid from a rival. Norfolk Southern (NSC) and Providence & Worcester (PWX) also managed to end in positive territory.
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