It was another ugly day for US stocks. The Dow recorded its worst one-day point drop in history and its worst performance on a percentage basis since October 19, 1987, also known as “Black Monday."
Stocks fell to session-lows in the final hour of trading, President Trump suggested fighting the outbreak could last until July or August.
Here's where things stand:
- The S&P 500 finished down nearly 12%.
- The Dow closed 2,999 points, or 12.9%, lower.
- The Nasdaq Composite ended down 12.3%.