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Last week, stocks tumbled to their lowest level since November 2020. The S&P 500 fell 2.9% to close the week at 3,585.62. The index is now down 25.2% from its January 3 closing high of 4,796.56.
There were some unnerving developments in the world in recent days.
The U.K. government unexpectedly announced tax cuts that sent the British pound tumbling and …
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