- S&P 500 futures trigger limit down, before reversing
- OPEC-Texas production truce fades
- Indian stocks plunge over 11%, rupee falls to all-time low
U.S. futures for the , and , along with Asian indices, started the trading week Monday by extending Friday’s U.S. and global rout. India’s plunged, triggering halts in trade; shares closed down over 11%. The hit an all-time low.
In the U.S., Congress’s $1-trillion rescue package designed to provide aid to American workers and businesses impacted by the coronavirus amid escalating Covid-19 fatalities.
Yields fell; oil fluctuated but ultimately pushed higher.
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At the same time, the coronavirus continues to spread globally, currently topping 343,000 cases worldwide, with the fatality rate closing in on 15,000, according to Worldometer.
S&P 500 futures rebounded this morning from another 5% selloff, which hit the daily down limit, halting trading right after the open. Losses however were trimmed to under 4%…