Stocks surge after Wall Street’s worst day in three decades

US stocks bounced back Friday after coronavirus panic caused Wall Street’s worst selloff in more than three decades. The Dow Jones industrial average spiked as much as 1273.59 points, or 6 percent, in early trading after plunging 10 percent, or 2,352.6 points, Thursday as investors clamored for a fiscal stimulus to address the coronavirus outbreak’s… Continue reading at New York Post