Why is it that AMC Stock is falling so much?


AMC stock has lost almost 5% this year and is down 4% so far this year.

That’s a drop of almost 25% from its all-time high of $56.57 on August 11.

The stock was trading for about $60 on Tuesday.

This is far worse than the decline of almost 7% over the past year.

AMC stock is now trading for less than the price of a single gallon of gasoline.

It’s also down more than 9% from the $59.95 price tag that AMC stock was set to sell for on August 16, 2017.

The price drop is almost double what it was a year ago, when the stock was selling for $58.85.

AMC is now down nearly 15% from where it was in 2016, when it was trading at a peak of $70.40.

The fall is not a sign of weakness, but it’s a sign that AMC has lost too much money to survive and is unlikely to be able to make up lost revenue from selling AMC stock in the future.

In fact, the stock is likely to lose more than 50% of its value by 2020.

For instance, AMC stock traded for about 80 cents on Tuesday, so if the company sells AMC stock at a price of $54.99, the price drops to $54 and it will be worth about half of what it is today.

The falling stock is a symptom of the big declines in the U.S. housing market.

As I wrote last week, the housing bubble has already begun to pop.

The housing market is headed for a “huge correction,” as housing is sold for less and less profit is made.

The collapse in housing prices has forced people to move out of the country, causing the real estate bubble to burst.

As a result, many of those people are now looking for other places to live and are willing to pay more money for it.

For this reason, the economy is not just losing jobs.

People are moving out of their homes and into the suburbs and other cities.

For example, this past week, about 2 million people left their homes because they couldn’t afford to buy a house in their own town.

The rest of the time, the U, S. Census Bureau reports that the number of people moving out is much smaller.

In other words, it’s really difficult for the housing market to collapse.

Instead, we’re now in a very different environment than when we first saw the housing crash in 2008.

The biggest culprit for the stock market collapse has been the Federal Reserve, which is still pumping out billions of dollars worth of bonds to prop up the U and S. financial markets.

This year, the Fed has raised interest rates by hundreds of basis points.

The U.s. has now been in a “negative rate” for almost seven years.

The last time the U had a negative rate was in 2006.

In 2017, the Federal Open Market Committee raised interest rate by an additional 300 basis points, so that’s a total of 654 basis points of interest rate increases.

That means that interest rates have been raised by an average of 9% annually since 2008.

If you take all of those interest rate hikes and subtract the money the Fed is spending on interest-rate purchases, it comes to a total amount of $818 billion a year.

If interest rates stay at their current level for the next seven years, the average cost of a mortgage will double to $200,000 a year for a home in the Bay Area.

That is a lot of money.

The big problem is that if interest rates rise, the real cost of living for middle-income Americans will increase by almost 10% per year.

This means that many of the people who are moving from the Bay area and other areas into the country will lose their jobs.

As the cost of housing continues to rise, many people will be forced to leave their jobs in the suburbs, and that’s when the real housing bubble will burst.

That could potentially cause the price collapse of the U., S. economy.

What are the big threats to the U’s housing bubble?

One of the biggest threats to housing bubbles is the Federal reserve, which has pumped trillions of dollars of money into the economy.

There are other factors that could also cause a housing bubble.

There could be a big drop in energy prices, which could have a big effect on the economy, particularly if the price is too high.

Also, there could be another recession.

One thing is for sure: if a housing crash does occur, the government will be the biggest financial loser.

That doesn’t mean that the Fed will not intervene.

However, the only way that the U government can make up for the loss of the Fed’s money printing will be to buy more Treasury bonds from the private market.

This could mean that there would be a lot more government debt than normal, and this would be the first step in a long

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