Wall Street took another hit Monday as investors unloaded tech stocks amid fresh worries about tariffs.

After starting the day up as much as 352 points, the Dow Jones industrial average dipped as low as 566 points into negative territory on a Bloomberg report that said President Trump was preparing to tariff all remaining Chinese imports if next month’s talks with President Xi Jinping don’t go well.

“This is more aggressive than the markets were likely expecting, given that many felt the next step would be an escalation of tariffs to 25 percent, up from 10 percent, on the $250 billion already announced,” Mona Mahajan, US investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors, told The Post.

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