STAN CHOE AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The deepening coronavirus crisis sent stocks into another alarming slide on Wall Street on Thursday, triggering a brief, automatic shutdown in trading for the second time this week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down more than 2,100 points, or 9%, shortly before noon, while the broader S&P 500 was off 8.2%, amid a cascade of cancellations and shutdowns across the globe and rising worries that the White House and other authorities around the world can't or won't help the weakening economy any time soon. Trading was halted for 15 minutes after a big sell-off at the opening bell tripped the so-called circuit breakers that were first adopted after the 1987 crash. Until this week, they hadn't been activated since 1997. Losses accele
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