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US stocks ended the final day of the quarter in the red. The Dow closed 410 points, or 1.8% lower, and was down 13.7% for the month. The S&P ended down 1.6%. It fell 12.5% in March. The Nasdaq Composite closed down nearly 1%, for a 10.1% monthly loss.

The Dow recorded its worst start to a year in history, down 23.2% for the quarter. The S&P 500 saw its worst quarter since the final three months of 2008, down 20%. The Nasdaq Composite had its worst quarter since the final months of 2018, falling 14.2%.

All three major indexes posted strong returns even as the death toll from the Covid-19 outbreak mounted. The Dow rose 691 points, or 3.2%. The S&P 500 gained 3.4%. The Nasdaq Composite shot up 3.6%.

Stock Market Update: Stocks open mixed, Dow slips negative: The S&P 500 (+0.7%) and Nasdaq Composite (+0.9%) start the session on a higher ... BRIEFINGcom

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US stocks ended in the red after the Senate failed for a second time to vote through the coronavirus economic relief package. The Dow finished 3%, or 583 points, lower. The S&P 500 closed down 2.9%. The Nasdaq Composite finished 0.3% lower.

US stocks ended in the green on Tuesday, recouping all of Monday’s losses as investors grew optimistic about the government’s response to the coronavirus crisis. The Dow closed up 11.4%. The S&P 500 finished up 9.4%. The Nasdaq Composite rose 8.1%.

US stocks finished higher, recording their third straight day of gains despite the worst jobless claims data in history. The Dow finished up 6.4%, or 1,352 points. The S&P 500 closed up 6.2%. The Nasdaq Composite rose 5.6%.

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Stock Markets Up Record Numbers. For this year alone, Dow up 18.65%, S&P up 24.36%, Nasdaq Composite up 29.17%. “It’s the economy, stupid.”

US stocks open in the red as worries about the coronavirus outbreak once again take over. The Dow opened 700 points, or 2.9%, lower; The S&P 500 kicked off 2.6% lower; The Nasdaq Composite fell 2.5%.

This week... Apple $AAPL: -12.6% Oil: -11.8% Microsoft $MSFT: -11.4% Google $GOOGL: -11.4% Dow: -11.1% S&P 500: -10.8% Nasdaq: -10.6% Amazon $AMZN: -10.1% Facebook $FB: -9.7% Shanghai Composite: -1.6% Gold: -0.4% Yen/Dollar: +1.6% 20+ Year Treasuries: +2.6% Volatility $VIX: +129%

The Dow dropped 1,191 points, or 4.4%, in its worst one-day point drop in history. The S&P 500 closed down 4.4% and finished the day below the 3,000 point mark. The Nasdaq Composite ended down 4.6%, more than 10% below its latest peak.

US stocks finished at record highs. The Nasdaq Composite logged its 10th record in a row and finished above 9,000 points for the first time ever. The index finished up 0.8% The Dow closed 106 points, or 0.4%, higher. The S&P 500 closed up 0.5%.

US stocks finished deep in the red on Friday, falling sharply amid worries about the worsening relationship between the United States and China. The Dow finished down 2.4%, or 623 points. The S&P 500 closed 2.6% lower. The Nasdaq Composite finished down 3%