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WITH the economic fallout mounting from the daily surge in coronavirus (Covid-19) cases, the probability of recession that had been pushed back, has picked up.
WHILE the world is now panicking on the severity of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, from a financial standpoint, how should investors react? Also is the epidemic risk the biggest risk the market is now facing?
WE are used to say the axiom: “When the Wall Street sneezes, the rest of the world catch a cold”. This time around, Wall Street is still at near record high and it has not “sneezed” but half way around the globe, we have a new bug, and the world is catching a cold. Yes, it’s the coronavirus or what is now known as Covid-19.
NEW YORK: Oil prices edged higher on Thursday as investors hoped the world's biggest producers would cut output more while they largely shrugged off forecasts of slumping demand due to the coronavirus outbreak in top oilimporter China.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose over 3% on Wednesday as China reported its lowest daily number of new coronavirus cases since late January, stoking investor hopes that fuel demand in the world's second-largest oil consumer may begin to recover.
KUALA LUMPUR: With Malaysia posting its worst economic growth rate since the Global Financial Crisis a decade ago, the outlook for the first quarter of 2020 (1Q20) has turned more cautious amid the worsening coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak that may further dampen the economy.
SINGAPORE: Gold steadied after three days of gains as investors weighed the unfolding coronavirus crisis, including a blunt warning from the head of the World Health Organization about the potential for more cases beyond China.SINGAPORE: Gold steadied after three days of gains as investors weighed the unfolding coronavirus crisis, including a blunt warning from the head of the World Health Organization about the potential for more cases beyond China.
NEW YORK: Global equity markets and government debt yields slumped on Friday as nagging concerns about the impact of the coronavirus on global growth overshadowed a strong U.S. jobs report that indicated an economy on pace to grow moderately.
The dollar surged by 1.14% to 98.496 largely underpinned by stronger economic data, signalling that the US economy remains resilient despite concerns over slower global growth.