S&P 500 Erases All Losses From Worst Day of February Selloff

A third straight day of gains has pushed the S&P 500 Index back above the level where it was before the equity benchmark’s biggest slump in more than six years. That drop, on Feb. 5, was one stop on the way to a 10 percent correction. Since bottoming three days later, the benchmark equity gauge has rebounded almost 8 percent. It remains more than 3 percent below its all-time high.

Source: Bloomberg

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