Coronavirus fears pull S&P 500 down 20% from record highs. What next?

Topics S&P 500 | Wall Street | Coronavirus


Fear about the coronavirus has pulled the S&P 500 down nearly 20 per cent from its record high.

So what? For many investors, Wall Street's recent deep losses are marking the end of the longest S&P 500 bull market on record, and their question now is, how deeply will a new bear market fall before recovering? Following three weeks of volatility on Wall Street, the S&P 500 will be confirmed to be in a bear market - by a traditional definition - if the benchmark extends its decline to 20 per cent. The Dow Jones Industrial.....

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