The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained over 455 points, or 1.91 percent, while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.69 percent and 1.58 percent, respectively.
As the novel coronavirus global pandemic widens and worsens, the New York Stock Exchange is closing its iconic trading floor in Manhattan as well as two others and will move to fully electronic trading on Monday, March 23, its operator announced on Wednesday.
U.S. equity futures plunged limit down after the Federal Reserve took emergency action on Sunday evening.
The U.S. economy is in a recession expected to last through September, according to a revised forecast released Monday by UCLA that reflects rapid changes brought on by the coronavirus.
U.S. stock futures fell sharply after the Federal Reserve slashed interest rates and more companies and governments took action over the weekend to shut down European and American society in the face of the growing virus outbreak.
The Dow Jones showed steep losses Monday as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread globally.
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U.S. stocks plunged to their worst loss of the year Monday and investors around the world scrambled to sell on worries about how much President Donald Trump's worsening trade war will damage the global economy.
The Dow Jones dropped more than 1,300 points in two days. FOX 11's Stephanie Stanton reports.
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