Here’s how much damage has been done to the stock market during a powerful rout

Nearly 1,400 points and more than 5.2%: That is the degree to which the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gotten wrecked since Oct. 9, underscoring a punishing plunge for the broader stock market that appears to be the on verge of shedding its bullishness.

So, how much damage has been done to the integrity of a stock market that just last week was testing the bounds of psychological heights at around 27,000?

Quite a lot, it seems.

For example, the S&P 500 index finished Thursday below its 200-day moving average for the first time since April 2, after going 134 days without breaching that long-term bullish line in the sand.

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