By The Associated Press
STOCKS FINISH LOWER: The Dow Jones industrial average lost 110 points after the International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for world economic growth.
FIVE YEARS ON: The slide came on the fifth anniversary of the stock market's all-time high. It would take about a 5 percent rally in the Dow for the average to hit that peak again.
DEPENDING ON ENERGY: Only energy stocks kept the market from closing even lower. The price of oil jumped because of supply concerns in the North Sea and the Middle East.
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