NewsWatch: Wild stock-market swings are ‘emotionally and intellectually wearing’ on Wall Street

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MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

Over the past few sessions, volatility has reigned supreme on Wall Street. Outsize moves in U.S. equity benchmarks have come at a daily clip lately. And you can blame coronavirus or Bernie Sanders or the Federal Reserve, but wild intraday swings and dramatic intersession moves are here to stay, say strategists and market experts. See full story.

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