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Coronavirus: Dow Jones wraps up strongest 3 days since 1931 amid stimulus hopes

Dow finished up 21% from its Monday low, establishing it in a bull market, according to a widely used definition. It was Dow's strongest three-day percentage increase since 1931

Leaders of Group of 20 major economies pledged on Thursday to inject over $5 trillion into the global economy to limit job and income losses from coronavirus

Last major slide for the Chinese market came when the index fell to 2,746 or 10.26% from January 22 as the country battled rising number of coronavirus cases

Shanghai Composite Index (SCE), the benchmark index of China, has clocked a decline of 2.53% since the first case of coronavirus was reported in the country
Goldman Sachs warned the U.S. economic growth could contract by 24% in the second quarter
Global markets today: U.S. stock futures plunged 4.8% to hit their downlimit before daybreak in Singapore. Dollar sank more than 2% against the yen
Wall Street staged a furious rally in the waning moments of the session on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump declared a national emergency
Global markets latest: Federal Reserve moved to provide $1.5 trillion in short-term liquidity and changed the durations of Treasuries it buys
Coronavirus pandemic: Volatility heightened in global markets as benchmarks world over went into panic mode, insinuating a freakish selloff

US' SIFMA has triggered its contingency plans in full swing and all the required precautions are being taken