Dow drops 500 points as investors fear surging coronavirus infections—Three experts break down what to watch

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 dropped as investors become more concerned about rising coronavirus cases across the United States. Here are three portfolio managers and economists on how investors can position themselves for the long term.
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Thu, Jul 9 202011:41 AM EDT
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