US shares post worst week since March

US stock futures fell in trading on Sunday after posting their worst week since March, as investors eye both rising Covid19 cases and the potential for a contentious result in tomorrows presidential election. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.5 over the course of the week, taking it deep into negative territory for the year, while the SP 500 was down 5.6 and the Nasdaq Composite was off by 5.5.


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