U.S. Stock Funds Say Goodbye Bull Market, Hello Volatility at Quarter-End
Investors grappled with record-breaking volatility in a historic quarter.
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The longest running bull market in history ended days after its 11-year anniversary in mid-March. The S&P 500 lost 21% from Feb. 20 to March 27, as investors struggled to process the economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic.
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