After the quietest September in history for U.S. stocks…
Things may about to get a little more exciting – entering the final months of 2017, that last digit doesn’t bode well, if history is any indication.
As Bloomberg reports, some of the biggest fourth-quarter declines in the Dow Jones Industrial Average have occurred in years ending in seven, the worst being in a Black-Monday plagued 1987.
This year’s risks include a proposed tax overhaul in the U.S., expected policy shifts from central banks around the world and China’s twice-a-decade party congress.
This post originally appeared on Zero Hedge