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Stock Market's 11-Year Bull Market Ends on Coronavirus Upheaval

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Stock Market's 11-Year Bull Market Ends on Coronavirus Upheaval

Stock Market's 11-Year Bull Market Ends on Coronavirus Upheaval

The Dow Jones closed on Wednesday on a near six percent decline.

Since the peak on Wall Street a few weeks ago, the Dow is down 20 percent.

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