The coronavirus pandemic has quickly evolved from a health care crisis to a financial one, shuttering businesses, upending industries and sending financial markets reeling. Here’s the latest news on how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting the economy. For more on financial resources available during the pandemic, click here. Here’s how the day is unfolding. Please refresh for updates.Financial markets rally Tuesday U.S. financial markets rallied on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than 550 points, or 2.4%, at the close. The S&P 500 rose 3% and the Nasdaq was up nearly 4%. Among the best performers for the Dow Tuesday were Raytheon Technology Corp, Walgreens, Apple and Microsoft. Amazon shares hit an all-time high, spiking more than 5%. The worst performer for the Dow was Boeing, which shed 4.3%. Investors seemed to welcome signs that parts of the economy were preparing to reopen and the pandemic was near its peak. In Europe, a limited number of stores and small businesses were allowed to reopen Tuesday in Italy. In the U.S., governors on both coasts announced they were working on plans to allow businesses to resume. Kroger and UFCW union call for grocery workers to be designated as


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