European stocks were sharply lower on Friday afternoon as investors reacted to Spain's worst terror attack in more than 13 years.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks continue to skid Friday morning as industrial companies fall after a weak report from farm equipment giant Deere. Banks are also down as bond yields continue to slide, and sporting goods companies continue to take sharp losses as investors did not like what they heard from Foot Locker and Hibbett Sports. European markets continue to decline after terrorist attacks in Spain. Stocks are coming off their biggest loss in three months.
Britain's leading CEOs have seen their pay cut 7 percent after shareholder revolts.