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Dow Jones Gains Over 770 Points, Stock Market Rally Continues, Sanders Quits Presidential Race

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is actively gaining today as well as many stocks on the market. Meanwhile, U.S. coronavirus cases have topped 400,000The Dow Jones climbed nearly 800 points on Wednesday following Sanders’ decision to give up and quit his presidential campaign. Stock markets are also doing well today. Meanwhile, White House Health Advisor Anthony Fauci estimated the United States could see a slight outbreak decay next week and New York Mayor Bill De Blasio revealed some...

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Global Stocks Turn Negative as U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 400,000, Doubling in One Week

Spain, Italy, France, and Germany all recorded over 100,000 COVID-19 cases. As hopes for the sooner recovery from the virus started fading, global stocks and market indices suffered on Wednesday. The number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. has hit a new record. On Wednesday, it surpassed 400,000, doubling in just one week. The number of deaths in the country reached 12,864. The U.S. is reporting most COVID-19 cases worldwide, followed by Spain, Italy, France, and Germany. The coronavirus...

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Dow Futures Gain Over 800 Points, Global Stock Prices Rise on New Positive COVID-19 Numbers

As there finally appeared some positive news about the coronavirus cases, the global markets started to react. Today in the pre-market, Dow futures have gained 837 points already.Global stock prices have risen in response to new COVID-19 statistics. The same we can say about stock futures and Dow futures are not an exception. Sources say that financial markets have gone into a rebound in anticipation of fewer infected and dead due to that coronavirus. Reports coming in from some of the most...

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Dow Jones Jumped Nearly 500 Points but Lost Over 290 Today, COVID-19 Cases Cross 1.2M

Both the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq Composite managed increased but started to lose points as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, affecting over 1 million people globally.Even as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world both health-wise and financially, there seems to be some much-needed respite coming in from the world’s financial markets. Regardless of how long this respite will last, Wall Street is seeing some interesting and generally optimistic upward movement...

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