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Traders Question Circuit Breakers. Here's Why | WSJ

The S&P 500 lost more than 7% Wednesday, triggering a circuit breaker for the fourth time this month. Circuit breakers were created as guardrails for wild market moves, but as investors exit stocks amid widening economic damage, some question how well they work.

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