Stocks continue to rise despite worsening coronavirus cases—Five experts on the volatility

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 1,100 points on promises a coronavirus relief bill could be passed soon by Congress and positive comments from political officials dealing with the crisis. This comes despite an uptick of coronavirus cases around the world. Here's five experts on what investors should watch for during this volatile time.
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Wed, Mar 25 20204:00 PM EST
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