The Dow Jones fell around 200 points during trading on Monday morning, as the market reacted to President Trump's surprise executive order temporarily banning travel from several muslim-majority nations.

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As John Conlon, chief investment officer at People's United Wealth Management, tells CNBC:

"I think it also has to do with what the immigration policy represents [in terms of] the way the Trump administration is going to operate. The fact is that you've got a major policy that was implemented very quickly. That's causing uncertainty."

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