DOW, NASDAQ PLUNGE INTO CORRECTION TERRITORY AS CORONAVIRUS CRISIS DEEPENS

U.S. equity markets plunged into correction territory Thursday as President Trump's announcement of a coronavirus task force did little to assuage investors' fears of a deepening crisis.

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