Stocks extended declines Friday amid the worst week for world stocks since the 2008 financial crisis as investors prepared for what could be a global coronavirus pandemic.
Thursday saw the biggest points drop for the Dow and S&P 500 in history.
Over the past week, the Dow has plummeted 3,200 points.
Percentage-wise, Thursday wasn’t even in the top 20 worst percentage drops for the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq.
It was the worst percentage drop for the Dow and the S&P since February 2018, which saw two days where the Dow declined 1,000 points.
Jim Cramer took to the ticker tape to give investors a look into what stocks they should be eying and stocks to avoid.
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