Remember the debt crisis in Greece that brought down stocks for a while a few months ago? Now it’s a concern a European debt crisis is getting out of control that’s closing the damper on the market. The Dow closed down 46 points Tuesday and global stocks fell to the lowest level in almost two months. Shares of Palm Harbor Homes fell nearly 50 percent to 14 cents a share, while shares of Global Diversified Industries ended up 125 percent to five cents a share. Cavco ended up nearly six percent, while Drew Industries and Skyline Corporation each lost about three percent.