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Futures fall after three-day surge as virus fears grow

Reuters Friday, 27 March 2020
U.S. stock index futures fell over 2% on Friday, a day after the S&P 500 and the Dow posted their best three-day run since the early 1930s, as the United States faced the prospect of becoming the next global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic.
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