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Wall Street's worst day since 1987 – here's how local stocks did

bizjournals Friday, 13 March 2020
Thursday wiped out virtually all of the stock market's gains from 2019 as the third of four days this week with a decisive market rout. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted at market open to trigger the second trading halt this week, the morning after President Donald Trump announced travel restrictions to Europe as well as some prospective stimulus. The markets rallied very briefly at midday trading but ended the day down almost 10% – the market's worst single day since 1987. Impacts of…
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Expect another brutal day on Wall Street when the opening bell rings later on this morning. CBS News' Michael George reports.

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