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Wall Street crushed by rising COVID-19 cases

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Wall Street crushed by rising COVID-19 cases

Wall Street crushed by rising COVID-19 cases

Stocks had their worst day in nearly two weeks as a spike in COVID-19 cases fueled fears the nascent economic recovery was already in trouble.

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Gittens has the market action.

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