I get it that なって is a conjugation of なる (to become)
However, there are some thing I don't get, for example:
He is red with anger.
なっている is the present progressive. However if you put a verb or anything of the sort between なって and いる will it still have the same meaning or is the meaning different ?
Share prices are getting confused rapidly this week.
A conjugation of なって by itself without anything following it like (いる/でしょう etc.) doesn't exist from what I know. In that case what does it mean here? (The first one)
Also the きた which is after the なって (2nd) is also not a conjugation (from what I know)
So how does that work?