Stocks Suffer Biggest Weekly Losses Since 2008

Dow industrials fall about 350 points amid investor unease about economic fallout from coronavirus

The Dow had its worst losing streak since the financial crisis on coronavirus fears. WSJ's Paul Vigna breaks down this week's market winners and losers. Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

U.S. stocks extended a punishing selloff, dragged to their worst week since the financial crisis by mounting investor unease about the economic fallout from the coronavirus epidemic.

Friday’s session was marked by wild swings that sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than 1,000 points before it rallied around 640 points in the final minutes of trading. The Nasdaq Composite fell as much as 3.5% before bouncing higher to narrowly close in positive territory—the first time the index has fallen by that much and notched...