Stock market volatility is showing no signs of easing off, with the year-to-date loss for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index reaching 10% on Tuesday. Investor angst is plain to see in the S&P’s wide intraday price swings, in the VIX “fear gauge,” a volatility index that was up 12% Monday and a few percent more Tuesday, and in the stampede into safe-haven assets like Treasury bonds and gold.

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The price of oil is once again flirting with $30 a barrel, which is refueling those nagging worries about slower economic growth here at home as well as in China, Europe and elsewhere. Growth fears have been the primary source of downward pressure on global stocks and riskier bonds in 2016, with the result being a “flight to safety” upswing for Treasuries and gold.

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Fear seems to be dominating the market, and it can be attributed to a collection of key uncertainties that are largely interrelated and global in scope.

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Service members in Hawaii get a dose of football, and NFL players get a glimpse into military life during the USAA-sponsored Pro Bowl.

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