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Mike Bloomberg received a stumbling badly in the first debate also attacked Sanders saying that Russia wants Sanders to win the democratic primary Mar Eliason NPR news Washington concerns about the spreading corona virus bash to the U. S. stock market on Tuesday NPR's Jim zarroli reports that the markets are down sharply over the past several days the Dow Jones industrial average was down more than eight hundred points following Monday's decline of more than a thousand points the Dow has fallen by more than seven percent over the last four days there were big losses in energy and bank stocks shares of bank of America and Citigroup are now down more than ten percent for the year investors took their money out of stocks and put it in government debt and the interest rate on the ten year treasury bond fell to an all time record low NPR's Jim zarroli reporting currently Dow futures suggest the blue chips will open very slightly higher at the start of trade in a couple of hours generic drugmaker Mallinckrodt pharmaceuticals has agreed to pay one point six billion dollars to settle a wave of lawsuits stemming from the opioid epidemic north country public radio's Brian man prepared this report during the deadliest years of the opioid epidemic when tens of thousands of Americans were dying of prescription overdoses Mallinckrodt produced many of those medications under generic label now CEO mark Trudeau says this deal and the barrage of lawsuits while shelling out hundreds of millions of dollars a year to help fund opioid recovery it calls for creating a trust us at the expense of providing support to communities impacted by opioid abuse under the deal the Mallinckrodt.