NewsWatch: Dow gains nearly 1,200 points after worst day since 2008 crisis

NewsWatch: Dow gains nearly 1,200 points after worst day since 2008 crisis

10 Mar    Finance News

U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday after a volatile session that restored about half of the losses seen Monday when stocks saw the biggest one day fall since the 2008 financial crisis. See full story.

Airlines are slashing ticket prices for domestic flights amid the coronavirus outbreak — and prices could stay low into summer

Flights to destinations like Miami and Las Vegas are as much as 35% cheaper currently due to reduced travel in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. See full story.

Markets are betting the Dow crash will lead the White House to reverse its fiscal response to the coronavirus

Did the 2,000-plus-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average cause the White House to blink? Markets are betting on it. See full story.

More people are betting on ‘The Bachelor’ TV show — but is it legal?

As ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ has grown in popularity, fans have looked to profit off it. It’s legally dubious, experts say. See full story.

A ‘moment of silence’ for boomers’ 401(k)s: Internet erupts with gallows humor as stock market crumbles

It’s a lot more fun checking your 401(k) during a raging bull market. Then again, reading about other people’s 401(k) accounts during brutal sessions like Monday’s seems to be a favorite pastime for those looking to enjoy a good laugh through the tears. See full story.


The change in people’s behavior was almost immediate. Pasta started flying off the shelves of supermarkets in Milan.’ See full story.

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