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Stocks suffer biggest weekly decline since March

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Stocks suffer biggest weekly decline since March

Stocks suffer biggest weekly decline since March

U.S. stock indexes closed lower on Friday to cap Wall Street's biggest weekly sell-off since March, as losses in richly priced tech heavyweights, a record rise in coronavirus cases and jitters over the presidential election snuffed investor sentiment.

Conway G.

Gittens has the market round-up.


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