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Mad March: how the stock market is being hit by COVID-19

The final numbers of the day before the New York Stock Exchange closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus disease. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Minami Funakoshi

Correspondent, Reuters

Travis Hartman

Data Visualization Developer, Thomson Reuters

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