Dow climbs 477 points as stocks rebound from their worst day since March

US stocks closed higher on Friday after a choppy trading session followed their worst single-day sell-off since March. Thursday’s slide was driven by fears that a second wave of coronavirus cases could devastate the US economy. Stocks tied to an economic reopening — including airlines, cruise operators, and retailers — gained Friday after leading declines on Thursday.  Read more on Business Insider.

US stocks closed higher on Friday after a volatile trading session higher Friday. The gains marked a rebound from Thursday’s sharp sell-off, which saw the biggest single-day drop since mid-March.

The prior day’s slide

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