The Dow Closed Below 20,000 For The First Time In Over 3 Years


The financial exchange had another extremely unpleasant day on Wednesday because of worries about the coronavirus and its effect on the economy. While the market attempted a couple of times to mobilize during the meeting, the Dow fell 1,338 focuses or 6.3% to 19,899 (the first occasion when it has shut underneath 20,000 since February 2, 2017), the S&P 500 declined 131 focuses or 5.2% to 2,398 and the NASDAQ dropped 345 focuses or 4.7% to 6,990.

The Dow has now fallen 9,653 focuses or 33% since its record-breaking high of 29,551 on February 12, a little more than a month back. With the exception of a meeting over the most recent 20 minutes of the day, the Dow would have fallen beneath when President Trump made the vow of office on January 20, 2017 (it shut 0.8% above). At its intra-day low of 18,917 it was 4% beneath his introduction and just 584 focuses or 3.2% above when he was chosen.


Remember that while the Dow has fallen 36% from its unsurpassed high, it should climb the equivalent 10,634 focuses or progressively significant 56% to return to a similar worth. It would not be astonishing to see some dead feline skips as the business sectors stir lower.

Everybody realizes that Trump watches out for the financial exchange, and he has tweeted at any rate multiple times about it since he was chosen by On February 19 he conveyed the tweet underneath when the S&P 500 hit its unsurpassed high of 3,386.

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Sanjay Joseph

Sanjay Joseph

Sanjay Joseph is the co-founder and CEO of Clinc, the cutting-edge A.I. company that developed the world’s most advanced conversational AI. Focusing first on the banking industry, Clinc created a customizable, voice-activated personal financial assistant and intelligence platform that connects humans with their financial stories.

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