BUSINESS REPORT

Worst day on Wall Street since 1987 market crash

BY Rhonda Schaffler, Correspondent |

Another rough session on Wall Street. A steep sell-off forced another trading halt, but the selling continued and the Dow Industrial average fell 10%. The big move came even as the Federal Reserve promised to inject money into the financial system.

The Small Business Administration says it will provide loans to small businesses disrupted by the coronavirus.

Gaming revenue rose in New Jersey, but sports betting revenue could take a hit now that that professional sporting teams are canceling games.