NewsWatch: Dow gains 600 points as hopes for a coronavirus slowdown buoys stocks

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U.S stocks advance Tuesday morning, though are off session highs, as the market extends a powerful rally to a second session on growing signs that the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic may be leveling off in parts of the world. See full story.

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