Here’s how the stock market tends to trade after brutal selloffs like Thursday’s


Stocks opened higher this morning clawing back some of the ground they lost in Thursday's big selloff and your Scott Horsley reports the Dow jumped more than seven hundred points in early trading some investors are bargain hunting this morning after the stock market steepest drop since mid March on Thursday with the Dow lost more than eighteen hundred points or nearly seven percent volatility is likely to continue as investors reassess the ongoing threat from the corona virus several states including Texas Utah and Alabama are experiencing a surge in covert nineteen hospitalizations after relaxing their stay home orders even without a fresh wave of infections the economic recovery from the pandemic is expected to be slow economists surveyed by the Wall Street journal generally agree with this week's forecast from the federal reserve that unemployment at the end of this year will likely exceed nine percent Scott Horsley NPR news

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