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By Stan Choe, Damian J. Troise, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw its worst September since 2002 and its worst monthly drop since March 2020. And the S&P 500 and NASDAQ are on track to experience their first three-quarter losing streaks since 2009. Roben Farzad, host…
By Geoff Bennett, Claire Mufson
Market benchmarks in Europe and Asia fell as much as 5% as traders tried to figure out how large Putin's incursion would be and the scale of Western retaliation.
By Associated Press
Stocks skidded on Wall Street and investors sought refuge in government bonds amid worries that a surge in virus infections around the world will threaten the economic recovery.
By Stan Choe, Alex Veiga, Damian J. Troise, Associated Press
Massive aid for the economy and markets from the Federal Reserve and Capitol Hill have helped spur some buying, although the S&P 500 and the Dow fell more than 1.5% Tuesday.
Despite the gains, investors were far from saying markets have hit bottom. Rallies nearly as big as this have punctuated the last few weeks, and none lasted more than a day.
Financial panic rocked world markets Monday. All three major U.S. stock indices were down over 10 percent, despite extraordinary action Sunday by the Federal Reserve to cut a key interest rate to zero. But the painful economic implications of the…
By Alex Veiga, Damian J. Troise, Associated Press
The rally came at the end of a week of turbulent trading fueled by heightened fears that the fallout from the coronavirus could bring on a global recession.
By Stan Choe, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
The dramatic sell-off came despite a $1.5 trillion injection from the Federal Reserve — the equivalent cost of all U.S. student debt.
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Trump told reporters Monday that the administration was seeking "very substantial relief."…
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