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March 29, 2020, 9:00 a.m. EDT

This chart reflects the panic investors have felt amid recent weeks’ turmoil

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MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

Investors are moving their money to the sidelines. See full story.

Coronavirus update: 615,519 cases, 28,717 deaths; U.S. now has the most cases worldwide with more than 104,000

The number of people in the U.S. who have tested positive for COVID-19 has now surpassed the number of cases in China and Italy, the Asian and European epicenters of the global pandemic. See full story.

I’m retired and claim Social Security — do I still get the $1,200 stimulus check?

Congress is expected to pass a bill giving Americans hurt by the coronavirus crisis financial relief. See full story.

What the $2 trillion stimulus means for you — and how the ‘recovery rebates’ to households will be calculated

President Donald Trump passed the historic bill on Friday. See full story.

You can’t get fired for having the coronavirus, but your boss can take your temperature — how the COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping workplace laws

Workers can’t be terminated for coughing on the job, and employees can ask their boss to pay for hand sanitizer, experts told MarketWatch. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

If ever there were doubts about how the superaffluent are faring amid a pandemic for the ages, media mogul David Geffen wants to make it abundantly clear that, for his part, he’s doing just fine — and he wishes us all the best. See full story.

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