Traders say rebound could be for real: 'Markets generally bottom well in advance of clarity'

A man wears a mask as he passes the New York Stock Exchange.
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Stocks are showing signs that a bottom to the coronavirus-induced sell-off may be in, even as volatility reigns supreme.

The S&P 500 traded as low as 2,191.86 on Monday. Since then, the broader market index is up more than 15% through Friday's close. It also posted its biggest weekly gain since March 2009.

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