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|... buying into heavily sold-off sectors. Today, markets have dropped on fears of a second wave, with news of fresh cases in Wuhan, Germany and South Korea erasing yesterday's gains. Stocks that led the charge on Monday are now bleeding red. So were ...|
|... Murphy, anything that could go wrong went wrong. Here are the headlines: Northeast China hit by coronavirus infections, Wuhan reports new case (Reuters) "BEIJING (Reuters) -- Chinese authorities reported on Sunday what could be the beginning of a new ...|
|... ensured a deep recession but I wonder if a recession would have been forestalled had the virus not - escaped from a lab in Wuhan or jumped from a bat or pangolin into humans (take your pick). That other curve -- the yield curve (which presages a US recession) ...|
|... bothered to look outside the square. Blame China for it seems that the coronavirus had already been doing the rounds in Wuhan before the ink on the IMF's January 2020 report dried ... or the enter key hit on the IMF's keyboard. Then again, my ...|
|News that Wuhan, the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, has now opened for business saw Wall Street surge overnight, with the S&P 500 once again entering bull market territory. From its March 23 lows, the S&P 500 has surged 23%, signifying the end ...|
|... far not so good. To repeat, government and central banks cannot bribe the virus to go away. China's total lockdown of Wuhan is a positive test case. Italy's one presents a truism for Murphy's Law that all other nations can learn from. The ...|
|... actions provide a guide on what happens next. China quarantined and locked down activity of about 60 million inhabitants of Wuhan in Hubei province - what other countries are now progressively moving towards - if memory serves me right, in early February. ...|
|... financial markets tells me that no matter what the short-term outlook, this too shall pass." After being identified in Wuhan, China, three months ago, COVID-19 has now spread to more than 100 countries and territories and killed more than 3500 people. ...|
|... Territories around the world have reported a total of 82,794 confirmed cases of the coronavirus COVID-19 that originated from Wuhan, China, and a death toll of 2,817 deaths". Based on its figures, this equates to a death rate of 3.4% -- it's grown ...|
|... citizens -- €3 million allocated to the EU Civil Protection Mechanism for repatriation flights of EU citizens from Wuhan, China.|
Equity Trustees has handed over the management of Newgate Real Estate and Infrastructure Fund to a new manager, as Newgate Capital announces its intention to retire from the fund.
Zurich Australia and OnePath Life announced donations to 20 charities with COVID-19 response funding.
Liberal MP Tim Wilson has asked to recall ME Bank to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics after correspondence with ASIC for a hearing later this week.
Mercy Super has appointed a financial services veteran as an independent director, bringing with him more than 40 years' experience in funds management to the board.
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