The pandemic made 2020 a wild year for Wall Street

New York (AFP) – Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial, does not hold back in describing 2020 on Wall Street: “a year of extreme extremes.” From the start of the coronavirus pandemic that sent stocks crashing, to their resurgence after the approval of vaccines holding the best hope for eradicating the disease, here’s a look back at the year in US stocks: March: Historic crashAfter a rather quiet January and February, Wall Street suddenly collapsed in March, frightened by the arrival of Covid-19 and its consequences for the world’s largest economy. The major New York in…

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