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Andy Warhol
(1928 – 1987)
$ (9) (cf. F. & S. II.285-286) (Unique)
Screenprint in colors
40.04″ x 31.93″

PAID: $57,500
SOLD FOR: $116,000 USD

January 15, 2016: 4:43 PM ET

The Dow dropped another 391 points on Friday, leaving the index down an incredible 1,437 points in just the first two weeks of the year. The S&P 500 lost 2.3% and the Nasdaq plunged 2.7% to its lowest level since October 2014.
The market freak out of 2016 keeps getting scarier. 
The sentiment is dominated by fear. Ahead of a long weekend, no one wants to be exposed,” said Sam Stovall, managing director of U.S. equity strategy at S&P Capital IQ.
Friday’s market slide was fueled by another crash in crude oil prices and China’s stock market tumbling into a bear market. The U.S. stock market descended into some scary territory as well, with the S&P 500 briefly breaking below its August 24 low before rebounding above it.
Oil crash is spooking Wall Street
Stocks have moved almost in lockstep with the price of oil, which plunged another 6% on Friday to as low as $29.28 a barrel. That’s the cheapest it’s been since late 2003. Friday’s plunge was fueled by signs that sanctions on Iran could be lifted as soon as this weekend, exacerbating the supply glut rocking the oil market.