BY STAN CHOE AND ALEX VEIGA, NEW YORK — Stocks and bond yields fell further Friday, but they had been on pace for even sharper losses before easing up in the last hour of trading.
The S&P 500 clawed back more than half its losses and ended down 1.7%.
The 10-year Treasury yield was at 0.76%.
It rose back from a record low of 0.66% but was still down sharply from a day before.
Markets have been on a roller coaster for weeks as investors try to guess what the economic damage from the coronavirus will be.
The price of oil sank 10%, its worst day in more than five years.