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Markets worldwide have retreated as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepen. Markets worldwide have retreated as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepen.

Asian shares plunge after Wall Street’s worst day in over two decades - Business - DAWN.COM

US stocks climbed Friday in a bounce back from the worst single-day drop since 1987.All three major indexes gained on hopes of fresh econom...US stocks climbed Friday in a bounce back from the worst single-day drop since 1987.All three major indexes gained on hopes of fresh econom...

Live updates: Dow rebounds more than 350 points a day after index tanked its most since 1987 on coronavirus worries | Markets Insider

Trading halts within minutes of opening bell for the second time this week after S&P falls more than seven percent. Trading halts within minutes of opening bell for the second time this week after S&P falls more than seven percent.

Trump travel ban bludgeons stocks, Dow falls 1,600 points at open | News | Al Jazeera

U.S. stocks tumbled into a bear market Thursday after President Trump banned travel from Europe to stem the economic fallout from the coronavirus.U.S. stocks tumbled into a bear market Thursday after President Trump banned travel from Europe to stem the economic fallout from the coronavirus.

Dow: Stock market plunge escalates, S&P 500 enters bear

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“dismissing Wall Street plunge today, Trump boasted: “stock market is still much higher than when i got here” he got there Jan 20, 2017 at today’s close, Dow is up 7.4% since then recent predecessors over same period: Obama +56% GWBush -3% Clinton +71% GHWBush +43% Reagan +19%”

John Harwood on Twitter: "dismissing Wall Street plunge today, Trump boasted: “stock market is still much higher than when i got here” he got there Jan 20, 2017 at today’s close, Dow is up 7.4% since then recent predecessors over same period: Obama +56% GWBush -3% Clinton +71% GHWBush +43% Reagan +19%"

“U.S. Stocks Jump After Dow’s Worst Day Since 1987 - WSJ https://t.co/x5PqhfQHbP”

Frances Townsend on Twitter: "U.S. Stocks Jump After Dow’s Worst Day Since 1987 - WSJ https://t.co/x5PqhfQHbP"

“Stocks plunge 10% in Dow’s worst day since 1987 - The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/JpP8Zw1PG1”

andy lassner on Twitter: "Stocks plunge 10% in Dow’s worst day since 1987 - The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/JpP8Zw1PG1"

“U.S. stock futures and European indexes recover some ground a day after Wall Street’s worst day in more than three decades https://t.co/WIHGHcoAOP via @WSJ”

Keiko Morris on Twitter: "U.S. stock futures and European indexes recover some ground a day after Wall Street’s worst day in more than three decades https://t.co/WIHGHcoAOP via @WSJ"

The stock market had its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987 as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepened.The stock market had its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987 as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepened.

Worst Day On Wall Street Since 1987 As Virus Fears Spread

The stock market had its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987 as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepened.The stock market had its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987 as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepened.

Worst Day On Wall Street Since 1987 As Virus Fears Spread

President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on Friday, the most significant move yet by the U.S. government to head off the coronavirus outbreak.Here are the latest updates from around the world.

Updated at 4:04 p.m. ET The stock market has suffered a relentless, breathtaking drop — moving deeper into bear territory. Stocks fell so fast ThursdayUpdated at 4:04 p.m. ET The stock market has suffered a relentless, breathtaking drop — moving deeper into bear territory. Stocks fell so fast Thursday

Dow Plunges 2,300 Points: Stocks In Meltdown As Panic Selling Continues | Maine Public

The Dow Jones Industrial Average officially entered a bear market on Wednesday, and the S&P 500 entered a bear market on Thursday.The Dow Jones Industrial Average officially entered a bear market on Wednesday, and the S&P 500 entered a bear market on Thursday.

Dow Jones, S&P 500 enter bear market, but some are bullish - ValueWalk

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After the worst day since the 1987 crash, there are signs of a positive start on Wall Street.After the worst day since the 1987 crash, there are signs of a positive start on Wall Street.

What is the Dow Jones doing right now? | khou.com

Crashing U.S. stocks on Thursday confirmed Wall Street is in a bear market after new travel restrictions to curb the coronavirus spread spooked investors and rattled world markets.

Wall Street plunges, bringing record bull run to an end | Nasdaq

The cascade of bans and cancellations caused by coronavirus around the globe has sent US stocks to their worst losses since the ‘Black Monday’ of 1987, with Wall Street officially falling into bear market territory.The cascade of bans and cancellations caused by coronavirus around the globe has sent US stocks to their worst losses since the ‘Black Monday’ of 1987, with Wall Street officially falling into bear market territory.

Coronavirus spread prompts WORST DAY on Wall Street since ‘Black Monday’ of 1987 — RT Business News

NEW YORK -- U.S. stocks tumbled almost 10% on Thursday in the biggest single-day drop since Black Monday in 1987 on fears of a global slowdown due toCircuit breakers triggered again as coronavirus fear grows

Dow suffers worst fall since 1987 despite Fed injection - Nikkei Asian Review