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Coronavirus: Stocks, oil sink again as recession fears batter markets

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Coronavirus: Stocks, oil sink again as recession fears batter marketsUS stocks sank close to 6 per cent in midday trading Wednesday, part of another worldwide sell-off, and wiped out the big gains and optimism that Washington had sparked the prior day with promises for massive aid for the economy.Markets...
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News video: Stocks tumble again as Fed rate cut fails to offer comfort

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Global stocks tumbled again on Monday despite concerted efforts by central banks to reassure markets. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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