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The S&P 500 has plunged more than 3% in each of the last two days as investors react to the coronavirus' continued spread outside of China.
The fall has has resulted in 64% of stocks in the index trading in correction levels, or 10% below 52-week highs. More than 120 stocks in the index are now trading in bear market territory, at 20% below 52-week highs.
The 20 stocks furthest in bear market territory were all more than 42% below their recent highs as of Tuesday's close.