Dow Bounces Back, Jumping More Than 1,100 Points After Market's Terrible Day
Tuesday, 10 March 2020
Stock indexes rose nearly 5% after the market's worst day since 2008. The jump followed President Trump's call for a payroll tax cut and other steps to help the economy amid the coronavirus epidemic.
Video Credit: Reuters - Politics - Published
on March 12, 2020
Wall Street closed at the lows of the day, with the Dow plunging 10 percent in its biggest percentage drop since the October 1987 crash, as stocks confirmed a bear market. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Dow plunges 10% in worst day since '87 crash 02:27
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