NewsWatch: Dow sinks in worst day since 1987 crash as liquidity woes climb with coronavirus fears

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U.S. stocks tumbled Thursday with both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 index suffering their worst day since the October 19, 1987 “Black Monday” crash, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite joined the Dow in ending a record-setting, 11-year bull market. See full story.

MLB ceases operations, NBA and NHL seasons suspended, no March Madness: Sporting events are being canceled or will be held in empty arenas amid coronavirus concerns

Major sports leagues are bracing for what could be a very different world. See full story.

Mortgage rates increased this week despite the coronavirus turmoil — here’s why you haven’t missed the chance to refinance

The rise in mortgage rates had nothing to do with markets and everything to do with lenders. See full story.

Here’s why Trump says he excluded the U.K. from his travel ban

President Donald Trump on Thursday said he excluded the United Kingdom from a travel ban since the country is doing a “very good job” — even as cases there rose and two more people died. See full story.

Do’s and dont’s in this stock market: Don’t panic, do develop a plan — even if you didn’t have one before

Now more than ever you must make investing and trading decisions based on probabilities. See full story.


After consulting with health professionals, President Trump said he would suspend all travel to the U.S. from Europe See full story.

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