On Friday, Feb. 28 the markets continued to selloff amid growing fears of a coronavirus pandemic.
The Dow finished Friday down more than 300 points, a rebound from earlier in the day when it was down over 1,000 points. Leading the Dow lower were Boeing, JPMorgan Chase, and McDonald's.
The S&P 500 was down 0.83% and the Nasdaq finished up 0.01%.
Yields on 10-Year and 30-Year U.S. Treasuries hit fresh record lows again Friday.
The Dow finished the week down 12%.
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