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Here’s how the stock market tends to trade after brutal selloffs like Thursday’s


U.S. stocks on Thursday booked their worst daily plunge since fears about the economic impact of measures to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic took root in investors’ psyches back in March.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average

tumbled roughly 1,862 points and the S&P 500

lost 5.9% to tally their worst one-day declines since March 16, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

Bespoke Investment Group noted that the broad-market S&P 500’s greater-than-5% tumble, on the back of rejuvenated fears of an emerging second wave of the illness derived from the novel strain of coronavirus and a…


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