Jessica Menton, USA TODAY Published 6:25 p.m. ET March 22, 2020 | Updated 8:12 p.m. ET March 22, 2020CLOSE President Donald Trump says everyone is working hard to pass additional legislation for economic relief during the coronavirus pandemic. USA TODAYStocks were poised to extend losses Monday after posting their worst week since the financial crisis, as Congressional legislation to fight the coronavirus pandemic hit an impasse in Congress. On Sunday evening, futures for the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than 900 points while Standard & Poor’s 500 futures fell 5%, triggering an automatic shock absorber. Investors were monitoring negotiations between Congress and the White House in hopes of a resolution on a $1 trillion-plus economic rescue package that aims to soften the economic damage from the virus. The package, however, failed to get enough votes in a key Senate procedural vote late Sunday.Investors are looking for the number of infections to slow before markets can bottom, analysts say. The U.S., which confirmed more than 31,000 cases and 390 deaths as of Sunday afternoon, trailed only Italy and China in reported infections. “No one knows how long it will take for this to subside,” says Sean O’Hara, president of Pacer ETF Distributors at Pacer Financial. “What


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